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reliant child-like strong kind gentle large instinctive forgetful vulnerable helpless doomed simple destructive innocent paradoxical defenceless fated enthusiastic demanding weak oblivious goodness
dignified respected leader enigmatic authoritative understanding rational trustworthy merciful
violent possessive jealous controlling needs to prove masculinity menacing vengeful foolish Napoleon complex
lonely pretty flirtatious property controlled attention-seeking weak destructive vulnerable objectified temptress dissatisfied predatory
isolated aloof proud discriminated bitter cruel vulnerable marginalised disempoweredintelligent aware of rights objectified
vulnerable powerless old disabled resentful lonely determined desperate weak insecure
Dreams Loneliness isolated marginalised periphery outsider vulnerable optimistic idealistic futile fatalistic realistic aspirationalconfident dissatisfied repetitive
Relationships between characters Violence aggressive brutal explosive passive savage ferocious predatory vulnerable weak strong intimidating threatening uncontrollable cruel unprovoked trusting balanced protective caring loyal cruel suspicious controlling empowered strong weak patient honest
Power Women marginalised threatened objectified intimidated dehumanised assertive aggressive status controlled objectified dehumanised marginalised isolated powerful destructive naive
Relationships between charactersViolence Dreams Loneliness adverbs dialogue tags verbs adverbial phrases sentence length verbs adverbial phrases adverbs alliteration sentence length modal verbs assertions conjunctions repetitions personal / collective pronouns verbs dialogue tags imperatives adverbial phrases adverbs exclamations
Power Setting Animals Women verbs prepositions imperatives assertions adjectives monosyllabic words adjectives prepositions verbs adverbial phrases sentence length listing verbs adverbs adjectives similes imperatives modal verbs assertions verbs adverbs
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