mercredi 18 février 2015
BLOG: Rochester Syndrom
If you put aside cheesy aspect of the perfect man. What I think makes the power of a character is the fact that you would like him or her just the same whether they are beautiful or plain.
When you read a book and you find yourself in the same sort of entanglement as you can have with a real human being which makes you find him attractive just by the type of character: That is truly beautifully written. This is how Captain Wentworth, Gilbert Markam and obviously, Edward Rochester were created.
It works the other way around; hateful characters who makes us tensed and annoyed are written just as well if not even better but today I am mainly writing about the lovely ones.