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  List of fictional characters with one eye - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of fictional characters with one eye.
His most fanatic devotees (the Eye of Gruumsh) also rip one of their eyes of in sign of devotion.
Her father, Deathstroke the Terminator, also is missing one eye.
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 Fictional character - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The opposite of a fictional character is a nonfictional character.
The protagonist (main character, sometimes known as the "hero" or the "heroine") of a traditional novel is almost always a round character; a minor, supporting character in the same novel may be a flat character.
Some fictional characters are so famous that they can be referenced easily outside of the work from which they came, often because they have come to symbolize some archetype or ideal.
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 How to Create a Character Profile *Writers Write -- The IWJ*
The purpose of a character profile is twofold: to assist the writer in creating a character that is as lifelike as possible and to help with continuity issues in the story.
Character profiles are especially helpful for novels which involve several main characters and for stories which use multiple points of view.
For example, fantasy writers can use the character profiles to keep track of factors such as magical abilities, family lineage, spells the character is under, and limitations on the character's power to ensure continuity in the action.
www.writerswrite.com /journal/jun98/lazy2.htm   (763 words)

 List of fictional characters missing an appendage - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of fictional characters missing one or more appendages.
For those who have lost an eye, please see List of fictional characters with one eye.
Baiken - Guilty Gear, lost her right arm and left eye in a Gear attack on Japan.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_fictional_characters_missing_an_appendage   (2580 words)

 Articles - Fictional character   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Charles Dickens is also known for "Dickensian" character names (like Wackford Squeers and Oliver Twist) which occupy a middle ground between the emblematic names of 18th-century comedy and realistic naming.
The names of cartoon characters can also be developed as a brand, which is a marketing tool used to sell various products or services.
The protagonist (main character, sometimes known as the "hero" or the "heroine") of a traditional novel is certain to be a round character; a minor, supporting character in the same novel may be a flat character.
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 List of people with visual disabilities
James Thurber - lost an eye as a child when his brother shot him with an arrow and as an adult lost the sight in the other eye.
Doc Watson - folk guitarist, blinded by a childhood eye infection at the age of one.
Rex Harrison, (1908-1990), blind in one eye as the result of a childhood illness.
www.knowledgefun.com /book/l/li/list_of_people_with_visual_disabilities.html   (501 words)

 Narratology & Hegemony   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Shakespeare, for example, is epitomized for popularizing many archetypal characters, not because he was the first that we know of to write them, but because he defined those roles amongst the backdrop of a complex, social literary landscape.
Thus, the characters stand out as original by contrast, even though many of his characters were based on previously-garnered archetypes (Shakespeare often borrowed from fables, myths and magic to construct and embellish his plays).
Narrative, fiction written as if it were related to the reader by a single participant or observer.
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The process of setting up characters for a work of fiction is called characterization.
Some fictional characters are so famous that they can be references easily outside of the work from which they came, often because they have come to symbolize some archetype or ideal.
A fictional character is any person who appears in...
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 The Ultimate Fictional character Dog Breeds Information Guide and Reference
Some other famous characters have been read as symbolizing capitalist greed (as in F.
Dilbert (from the comic strip bearing his name, a typical parody to a software engineer, specifically one who is in the corporate world of micromanagement and bad bosses)
Hamlet (The title character of one of Shakespeare's most popular plays, who is tortured by a moral dilemma and prone to brooding passion)
www.dogluvers.com /dog_breeds/Fictional_character   (2899 words)

 Best cartoon characters, greatest cartoon characters, best cartoons, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Homer Simpson, Bart ...
Instead, our goal was to highlight characters that have become larger than life, the ones whose mannerisms, speech patterns and catch-phrases have found a home in the cultural lexicon.
In short, we were looking for characters who have withstood the test of time, who have contributed something lasting to the pop culture landscape, and who have become more than just drawings with voice actors.
Like a few other characters on this list, Cartman is mean-spirited, vindictive and just plain nasty, but what sets him apart from just about everyone else is that he has no redeeming qualities whatsoever.
www.bullz-eye.com /entertainment/features/2006/best_cartoon_characters.htm   (3536 words)

 no loss for words
The whole premise of using plastic magnets to slip the anti-matter container through the Vatican metal detectors is flawed, since metal detectors don't react to metals as such, but to magnetic fields (normally induced in metal objects by the alternating magnetic field of the detector).
You want it both ways, it is a work of fiction so any complaints about inaccuracies don't count, but then you want it also to challenge the Church, where I think a rational person would suggest there should be a sound basis in fact.
As a literary mechanism, having the character step aside for a moment to make some historical statement oftne has no specific plot purpose aside from the presentation of a fact or an idea.
www.dannyscl.net /2005/01/dan-brown-is-fraud-list-of-errors-in.html   (15755 words)

 Archives | February 29-March 6 2004 | Yourish.com
Fagin is just a character in a story, who was well-known to be a thief.
The fact that he called a Jewish politician an example of a fictional Jewish stereotype has nothing to do with the fact that the politician was Jewish.
The reason critics never argued that Schindler's List would stir up anti-German attitudes is because the Germans are not minorities in every nation of the world in which they live (but one).
www.yourish.com /archives/2004/feb29-mar6_2004.html   (5901 words)

 Four Fat Chicks -- No One Lives Forever 2 Review
Cate was the first woman to be employed by UNITY in NOLF, and therein lay the crux of the storyline: she was untried, untrusted, and unwelcome in the vulgar boys' club of 1960s espionage activity.
In this iteration, the still not-wildly-competent H.A.R.M. is working with the Soviets on a complex and multitiered world domination program involving, among other things, a strategically insignificant island, a five-star communist hotel, and a clan of fierce female ninjas.
It is disappointing that the developers of NOLF2 chose to replace the voice talent of nearly every major character in the game, including Cate Archer, though I cannot fault them for this; actors are a fickle bunch and there's a possibility that the voice talent from the original was unable or unwilling to return.
www.fourfatchicks.com /Reviews/NOLF2/NOLF2.shtml   (2767 words)

 The Common Room: Books build character
There are so many personality types and character flaws and specific situations that require wisdom and experience to understand, yet my children may not be exposed to any of them personally until they are actually threatened by a real life example.
I would also not like to tell my children too much about the unwisdom and sinful attitudes of people they know personally because children are such fl and white creatures that I would fear I was making them very judgmental and harsh critics of their brethren.
TV and movie characters can serve the same purpose, and it's sometimes easy to make up fictional characters as the circumstance warrants.
heartkeepercommonroom.blogspot.com /2005/04/books-build-character.html   (1282 words)

 Religion of Comic Book Characters (esp. Super-Heroes)
These are characters who go beyond simply exhibiting positive religious values, charity and heroism, but who openly exhibit religiosity tied to an organized religious affiliation, through prayer, verbally sharing their faith, worship service attendance, and other means.
Be sure to view our list of additional minor super-villains and their religious affiliations, a list which includes dozens of villains from numerous distinct religious denominations.
For listings of many more super-villains as well as many minor supporting characters, click here.
www.adherents.com /lit/comics/comic_book_religion.html   (1960 words)

 CBC.ca - The Greatest Canadian - Top 100 - 11 to 100
Leader of the Red River and Northwest Rebellions and founder of Manitoba, Riel was twice elected to the House of Commons but was prevented from taking his seat.
Hockey,’ the strongest player in the NHL won the scoring title six times, four Stanley Cups and was in the top 10 of NHL scorers for 21 consecutive years.
The first woman magistrate in the British Empire, Murphy was challenged for not officially being a person in the eyes of the law.
www.cbc.ca /greatest/greatcanadians   (4388 words)

Iraq, besides being an easy and legitimate target —easy because of a previous war, of many bombing raids, of a good knowledge of the terrain and the country’s situation; legitimate, among other things, because the earlier war wasn’t officially over- is right at the heart of the Arab/Muslim world.
But for those who don’t want to face the distasteful fact that there is hatred and anger and cruelty and bloodlust and people whose pleasure is to inflict pain, denial as a way of life.
The best we can do is to keep our eyes and minds open to recognize its most dangerous manifestations as soon as they appear.
www.europundits.blogspot.com /2003_09_01_europundits_archive.html   (17012 words)

 raccoon : notes and scavengings
In order to live out this critique, Acker jettisons most of the (male-dominated) traditions of narrative as she writes, systematically disrupting the stability of characters and setting, and rejecting the claim to authorial originality (as you might guess from the title).
A lot of the people on that list are among my favorite artists working at the moment.
Three of the four films are science fiction, and while Pak seems to be a competent filmmaker, I can't say that I found his SF futures particularly well-conceived—his knack for the little details that make a future seem well-realized struck me as totally off.
www.imaginaryyear.com /raccoon/2004_03_01_archive.html   (4428 words)

 Top Ten Politically Incorrect Fictional Characters of the 20th Century [Free Republic]
last list, this one is one year early, but I don't think that it will change much in the next year.
And as with the last list, this one, too, represents well upwards of thirty minutes of thought, so not only may your opinion vary, mine might if you ask me again tomorrow.
Bill Clinton has to be the number one fictional character on the list, no way he is real.
www.freerepublic.com /forum/a38739cad7afe.htm   (4240 words)

 Cynical-C Blog: March 2005 Archives   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
This "eye opener" of a gadget is an alarm clock come 4-piece jigsaw puzzle in one.
This unofficial list is only an attempt to put together a monthly calendar of some African Saints, Blesseds, and Venerables, holy men and women of African ancestry, those of the ancient Church of North Africa as well as those of later centuries including those of the twentieth century.
Each state is listed on the menu bar on the left side of this webpage.
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 ArtsJournal: About Last Night
I understand the temptation—I feel it myself—but it strikes me that we have an obligation to keep one eye fixed in the moment, and that becomes a lot harder to do when you're pulling a long, long train of classics of which the new is merely the caboose.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is big, too, but the varied character of its public spaces makes it feel far more compact than it is, like an ensemble of smaller museums that happen to share the same building.
Phillips spent a lifetime cultivating his eye and mind by engaging with the ideas of others; Barnes seems to have listened only to himself, eventually going so far as to create a closed system of aesthetics whose sole purpose was to justify his own prejudices...
www.artsjournal.com /aboutlastnight/archives20050828.shtml   (14327 words)

 Amazon.com: Futurama, Vol. 1: DVD: Billy West (II),Katey Sagal,John Di Maggio,Lauren Tom,Tress MacNeille,Phil ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
It also bridges the gap between the impossible dreams of your average science fiction fan and the slobbish reality of their comic reading, TV-watching existence.
Katey Sagal was the perfect choice for the voice of Leela, a feisty spaceship captain with one eye and a purple ponytail.
Absolutely hilarious character whose Captain's tunic is way, way, waaaaaay too short and who is a pompous idiot.
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 Did Jesus exist?
Mythical stories, fictions, and narratives almost always use familiar landmarks as placements for their stories.
The authors of the Greek tragedies not only put their stories in plausible settings as happening in the real world but their supernatural characters took on the desires, flaws and failures of mortal human beings.
Consider that fictions such as King Kong, Superman, and Star Trek include recognizable cities, planets, and landmarks, with their protagonists and antagonists miming human emotions.
www.nobeliefs.com /exist.htm   (12143 words)

 Amazon.com: Gilmore Girls - The Complete First Season: DVD: Lauren Graham,Alexis Bledel,Melissa McCarthy,Scott ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
GG is far more than just the story of Lorelai Gilmore and her daughter, Lorelai "Rory" Gilmore: it's the story of the fictional town known as Star's Hollow -- the dreamland for bed-n-breakfast businesses -- and the odd assortment of characters who happen to live, work, and breathe there.
Set in a fictional Connecticut town called Stars Hollow, The Gilmore Girls follows the lives of Lorelai and Rory Gilmore, a a single mother and teenage daughter who share a bond that is as much best friends as it is that of a mother and child.
All the characters are wonderfully real and original, and they all manage to somehow be funny, without being laughable.
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 Archive of fictional things   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
This is a (theoretically) all-encompassing list of fictional things created in the media.
Due to the length of this archive, some things have been listed in multiple places for ease of reference.
Fictional characters who are from Fort Wayne, Indiana
www.info-pedia.net /about/archive_of_fictional_things   (324 words)

 The Moon Hoax
Everybody else in the world is just a minor character in that huge drama that is their lives.
America chose the guy who looks us in the eye and tells us he's fucking us and we'd better learn to like it over the guy who would have spent four years talking about and pretending to be interested in doing the right thing while fucking us and telling us we really should like it.
Now, none of this has anything to do with whether Stevens, who is on a government watch list, should have been denied access to the United States earlier this week.
www.themoonhoax.com   (19743 words)

 Fictional Footnotes and Indexes
Surrounding that column of type are commentaries in voices both of related fictional characters and of unrelated historical figures.
Footnotes and Prefaces: Ruses of Authority in the Postmodern Fiction of Vladimir Nabokov and John Barth
Also, aside from the other articles listed, she did a four-page listing, "Fiction and Indexes," available to members of the Society of Indexers.
www.miskatonic.org /footnotes.html   (2336 words)

 Fictional character -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Friendly, neighbourhood superhero who has to cope with the problems of everyday life while coping with a dual identity.
List of fictional people known for their names
The 100 Greatest Movie Characters of All Timede:Charakter (Literatur)
psychcentral.com /psypsych/Central_character   (3501 words)

 kayaNbutter :-)
And when we watch teenage characters on shows such as The O.C. or One Tree Hill having more sex than Heidi Fleiss, we start to feel like silly fuddy-duddies.
And after a while, we become hesitant to share our real singleness experiences with even our Christian friends, withdrawing into ourselves for fear that others will look at us like we have three heads for finding Me Nights exceedingly enjoyable and for longing for a date, let alone a good-night kiss.
And yet, in a day when dates are often hard to come by, they provide new, creative means for making a love connection (more on this in chapters 7 and 8).
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