The main figure would be Dick Prosser. He would be considered a rounded character as they does not take on the role of the classic property servant in the South. When being spiritual, he is also very skilled in many elements, such as capturing and sporting activities. Docile yet violent He would also be deemed dynamic because he is a traditional religious man in the beginning of the story, after which he becomes a revolutionary religious murderer, killing persons on the basis to start the Judgment Day. He is vital that you the story because he move the plot along, while also representing evil within person. The three boys in the history would be inventory characters whom remain stationary throughout the history, because they are naturally curious. This is shown after they go into Dick's room to obtain the rifle. They are static since they failed to change throughout the story. They may be important to the story because they help narrate the story that help explain this is similarities between the Tyger poem and Dick.
This history is told in the POV of first-person narrative, Spangler, 25 years back. By sharing with this story in first-person, the reader encounters the fear every character seems when Dick is on his murdering rampage through community. It also shows the reader how fast information can pass on through a little village, and just how the village can respond to such reports. This can help show the target audience that while human beings may try to stop evil, we produce more nasty doing so. This is shown by mob that may be created in the town. If the story were not in first-person, the reader would not understand the anger as well.
The broken Bible is a symbol of Dick's faith and how devout he is to it. To prove this kind of, we see that repeated when any other persona goes into Dick's room. There exists emphasis added to it towards the end of the account, where the previous section Dick read is definitely opened. Where it stands is also relevant because it is only on Dick's table, and it is the only...