Read the excerpt from a paper on Everyman.
At first, Kindred says, "In wealth and woe we will with you hold,” but then he says, "As for me, ye shall go alone.” This leads the reader to conclude that Kindred is shallow, contradictory, and possibly selfish.
The paper is
analyzing a character.
identifying an archetype.
defining a chivalric hero.
describing a fantasy.
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Well it wouldn't be C because the code states that you must always be fair and being "shallow, contradictory, and possibly selfish" would break a few those laws
It wouldn't be D because this all actually happened
this is defining a character but this could also be identifying a archetype, an archetype is a typical person, so in that time if what kindred did is common then we would identify a archetype