The Revenant Characters

Michael Punke
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Hugh Glass

Hugh Glass is a trapper at the Rocky Mountain Fur Company who becomes victim of a grizzly bear attack. Throughout The Revenant, Glass' personality changes quite a bit due to all the trauma that he endures. In the beginning, he is known as noble, admiral and respectable man, who always does and says the right thing. In one instance, he comforts a man who is mourning the loss of his brother. In another, he is spoken about in high regards among the Captain and other members of the crew. He loses parts of this personality after he is attacked by the bear and left for dead. Glass becomes enraged and furious over the abandonment, which leads his character to become more bitter, vengeful and angry. The reader witnesses the hatred consume him on his journey. Every time he is faced with physical pain from his injuries, or...

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