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FEMALE PROTAGONISTS
RELATIONSHIP
PRODUCTION
SIMILARITIES
ANIME
FIGHTING
WAR
PEACE
BATTLE
GRYFFINDOR
NOVEMBER 29
JULIUS CAESAR
GENRE
CYBERPUNK
POWER STRUGGLE
SIXTH YEAR
DANI PEDROSA
TIME
FIGHT BACK
ANATOLY KARPOV
MAIN PROTAGONISTS
AUTHOR
BOOKS
MAIN CHARACTERS
FILM
SERIES
GAME
HEROES
HISTORY
PART
WORLD
GREATEST DRIVERS
CHARACTER
CHARACTERS
NOVEL
NOVELS
EPICS
ANTAGONISTS
STORY
PROTAGONISTS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Protagonists"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. The protagonists are essentially altruistic whose ideals are sometimes only imperfectly applied to the dilemmas presented in the series.
  2. The protagonists were rabbits; their saviour a young Swedish pharmacologist called Arvid Carlsson.
  3. Its protagonists were the two mightiest capital ships of the era - the German Bismarck, and the British battlecruiser Hood.
  4. Our protagonists are a motely band put together by the king to tour the land and survey what's going on out there.
  5. The two protagonists are based on Megatokyo' s two creators (or their online personas), but are fictional characters with lives of their own.

Female Protagonists

  1. Q: Most of your previous novels have female protagonists.

Relationship

  1. Like all romances, romantic suspense novels must places the development of a relationship between the protagonists at the heart of the story.

Production

  1. It is a production of Juan Osorio and the protagonists are Ludwika Paleta and Pablo Montero.

Similarities

  1. Plot differs largely from writer to writer, but there are very clear similarities with wuxia protagonists and those of the modern Western fantasy genre. (Web site)

Anime

  1. In the anime and manga series Fullmetal Alchemist, Hohenheim is the father of the protagonists, Edward and Alphonse Elric. (Web site)

Fighting

  1. He is unlike any of Jin Yong's previous Wuxia protagonists, who laugh at death and fighting for what they believe to be a noble cause. (Web site)

War

  1. The causes of the "forever war" are murky; his protagonists are fighting against an enemy they can not comprehend. (Web site)
  2. Today Kolokotronis is among the most revered of the protagonists of the War of Independence.

Peace

  1. As presenter Libby Purves tried to keep the peace, describing this as an American ideal, the two protagonists brushed her aside to square up to each other.

Battle

  1. On paper the battle of Magny Cours will be for third place - with McLaren, Benetton and Ferrari being the protagonists.

Gryffindor

  1. Though Gryffindor is commonly regarded as the protagonist house, not all Gryffindors are protagonists.

November 29

  1. James Rosenquist (born November 29, 1933) is an acclaimed American artist and one of the protagonists in the pop-art movement.

Julius Caesar

  1. Busts of Julius Caesar and Pompey, the protagonists in this war.

Genre

  1. Interestingly, though protagonists are male, definite gender-related power structures are prevalent in much of the genre. (Web site)

Cyberpunk

  1. Smith is best compared to cyberpunk K.W. Jeter, whose protagonists reflect the hard-boiled sensibility of vintage noir. (Web site)

Power Struggle

  1. After the death of Felix in May 430, the power struggle had only two protagonists, Aetius and Bonifacius.

Sixth Year

  1. In their sixth year, in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, the protagonists have passed their OWL-levels and start on their specialist NEWT courses.

Dani Pedrosa

  1. Chief among the protagonists is Dani Pedrosa, along with Colin Edwards, but there are a few others who could match the speed.

Time

  1. Rather, the sagas are classified according to the origins of their protagonists and the supposed distance in time from the events they relate.
  2. The protagonists Some time in 1859 the Europeans in New Zealand reached numerical parity with the Māori, at about 60,000 each. (Web site)
  3. Verdi also alternates scenes in which all protagonists have their word at the same time with recitative passages. (Web site)

Fight Back

  1. In the science fiction series First Wave, the protagonists use the quatrains of Nostradamus to fight back against an alien invasion.

Anatoly Karpov

  1. Garry Kasparov and Anatoly Karpov are unquestionably the protagonists who featured in the greatest ever chess rivalry. (Web site)

Main Protagonists

  1. He died in November of that year, but the efforts continued under Louis IX; the area was reconquered by 1229 and main protagonists made peace.

Author

  1. The author whose apparent mindset (and protagonists) most closely resembles my own, Donald Hamilton writes stories I love to read. (Web site)

Books

  1. Her books are often set in a pioneer time period and centered around female protagonists.

Main Characters

  1. The main characters are Bub and Bob, the protagonists of Bubble Bobble.

Film

  1. The composer deliberately wrote no music for the first four reels of the film, before the protagonists enter the human body.
  2. In addition to the two main protagonists, several of the fictional characters depicted in the film also have real-life counterparts.

Series

  1. Overview Yang Wen-li is one of two protagonists within the series, the other being Reinhard von Lohengramm.
  2. Reinhard von Lohengramm, voiced by Ryô Horikawa, is one of two main protagonists in the series.

Game

  1. The game begins with the appearance of the four youthful Warriors of Light, the protagonists of the story.
  2. In the last part of the game, the protagonists travel to the past, when the villain Giygas is most vulnerable.
  3. He also has an important role in the other storylines, thus making him one of the main protagonists in the game along with Sun Ce, Cao Pi, and Oda Nobunaga.

Heroes

  1. The Heroes of the Lance are the protagonists of the Chronicles trilogy, the first books set in the Dragonlance universe. (Web site)
  2. Samus also has a spiritual sibling in Link, as both heroes are billed as silent protagonists. (Web site)

History

  1. This was the epistemological precondition to being able to control the protagonists of history just like those of the spiritual world. (Web site)

Part

  1. Part of the charm of the first two books was their protagonists; Sir Richard Burton in the first, Sam Clemens in the second.

World

  1. A world opens of gods, supernatural beings and creatures AND of the protagonists of a heroic (pre-)history. (Web site)

Greatest Drivers

  1. Thereafter two of the greatest drivers became protagonists in one of the most infamous feuds. (Web site)

Character

  1. The protagonists of the first wave of CrossGen comics were linked in commonality by the Sigil each character had received.
  2. The author also includes himself as a character in the plot, following after the protagonists and chronicling their adventures.

Characters

  1. Higgins is one of many silent protagonists in the video game world, and rarely speaks to other characters.

Novel

  1. Like Stand on Zanzibar, this novel has two major protagonists, one black, the other white.

Novels

  1. Author and professor of English at Cornell Vladimir Nabokov frequently used professors as the protagonists in his novels.
  2. There are similarities between "Blood Meridian" and "All the Pretty Horses." The protagonists of both novels are 14-16 year old males.
  3. The protagonists of these novels belonged to the wartime generation that found the society changed and the traditional values threatened.

Epics

  1. Zoroastrianism adopted the epics of the Kayanians and extended its blessing to their protagonists.

Antagonists

  1. Plays will alternate between civil and martial scenes, or scenes involve protagonists and antagonists.
  2. Protagonists and antagonists alike are rock musicians in this movie.

Story

  1. This character is known as the antagonist; as with protagonists, there may be more than one antagonist in a story.
  2. Although she is one of the main protagonists in the manga, she has a minor role in the anime, but is the core of the story.
  3. The manga ends in the future when the protagonists (and their family) are in their 30s, just like how Yukino's parents start out in the story.

Protagonists

  1. Nihilism, post-modernism, and film noir techniques are common elements, and the protagonists may be disaffected or reluctant anti-heroes.
  2. The story follows and is chiefly concerned with the protagonist (or, sometimes, a small group of protagonists—see usage below).
  3. Likewise, many antagonists (characters in conflict with protagonists, sometimes known as "villains") are round characters.

Categories

  1. Thought > Belief > Fictional Characters > Protagonist
  2. Antagonists
  3. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Thought > Philosophy > Nihilism
  4. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Thought > Belief > Fictional Characters
  5. Main Characters
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