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* Douglass is the protagonist of the novel Riversmeet ( Richard Bradbury, Muswell Press, 2007 ), a fictionalized account of his 1845 speaking tour of the British Isles.
It follows the Saxon protagonist, Wilfred of Ivanhoe, who is out of favour with his father for his allegiance to the Norman king, Richard I of England.
Victor Meldrew ( Richard Wilson ) – Victor is the main protagonist of the sitcom and finds himself constantly battling against all that life throws at him as he becomes entangled, like the pawn he is, in machiavellian plots.
Dr. Richard David Kimble is a fictional character and the protagonist of the 1960s television series The Fugitive and the 1993 movie of the same name.
" Maupassant is also one of the writers on whom Richard Larch, the protagonist of Bennett's first ( and obviously semi-autobiographical ) novel, A Man from the North, tries in vain to model his own writing.
The original Riverworld story was titled Owe for the Flesh and ended with the protagonist ( called Richard Black in this version ) finding the tower at the end of the river.
The main villain is Richard Francis Burton, although in the books he is the protagonist and is written more as a hero than a villain.
In the former novel, Lazarus is revealed at the end of the novel as the father of protagonist Colin " Richard Ames " Campbell ; whereas in the latter novel, Maureen as narrator tells a somewhat different version of Lazarus ' visit to Earth in 1916-18 and reveals that Lazarus ( as Woodrow " Bill " Smith ) was the backup pilot of the first lunar expedition.
In Bernard Cornwell's series of novels Sharpe, the protagonist Richard Sharpe's mother was killed during the riots when he was three.
* Richard Marcinko in his autobiographical work Rogue Warrior notes one of his men was given the call sign " Prince Valiant ", or PV for short as he had a hairstyle like the comic's protagonist.
In 1965, Martin Ritt directed the cinematic adaptation The Spy Who Came in from the Cold, with Richard Burton as Alec Leamas, the burnt-out protagonist.
In addition, the character of Richmond enters into the play in Act V to overthrow Richard and save the state from his tyranny, effectively being the instantaneous new protagonist.
* Many of Richard Bach's novels feature a modern barnstormer as a protagonist or other elements of barnstorming
MacGyver has become a verb, as in " The car broke down but he MacGyvered a fix to get home ", and was even used in Stargate SG-1, a later show featuring Richard Dean Anderson as a protagonist.
* Richard Cypher ( also known as Richard Rahl ), the protagonist of The Sword of Truth series.
A fictional Bow Street Runner named Edmund ' Beau ' Blackstone is the protagonist of the " Blackstone " series of historical thrillers by Richard Falkirk ( Derek Lambert ), set in 1820s London and comprising Blackstone, Blackstone's Fancy, Beau Blackstone, Blackstone and the Scourge of Europe, Blackstone Underground and Blackstone on Broadway ( see )
In an example of metafiction, he named his protagonist in Shoeless Joe " Ray Kinsella ", a character from Salinger ’ s uncollected story “ A Young Girl in 1941 with No Waist at All .” Salinger had also used the surname shared by writer and protagonist in The Catcher in the Rye ( Holden Caulfield's friend Richard Kinsella ).
In the film, William Shatner played the protagonist Chipman, Richard Basehart played Wirz, and Martin Sheen played a minor supporting role.
Poe scholar Richard P. Benton has stated his belief that " Poe's protagonist is an Englished version of the French Montrésor " and has argued forcefully that Poe's model for Montresor " was Claude de Bourdeille, Count of Montrésor, the 17th-century political conspirator in the entourage of King Louis XIII's weak-willed brother, Gaston d ' Orléans ".
The precursor to these Rosslyn theories is the 1982 book The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail by Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh and Henry Lincoln that introduced the theory of the Jesus bloodline in relation to the Priory of Sion hoax-the main protagonist of which was Pierre Plantard, who for a time adopted the name Pierre Plantard de Saint-Clair.
In Richard Kadrey's Kill the Dead, Uriel is one of the original fallen angels and revealed to be the father of protagonist James " Sandman Slim " Stark.
The story revolves around the film's protagonist, a former robber, and the antagonist, the ruthless, violent Tommy Udo ( played by Victor Mature and Richard Widmark respectively ).

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In the 1966 film Fahrenheit 451, the protagonist Guy Montag discreetly puts a copy of a book entitled Gaspard Hauser into his bag before the rest of the books in that residence are torched.
Frederick “ Fred ” Flintstone, also known as Fred W. Flintstone or Frederick J. Flintstone, is the protagonist of the animated sitcom The Flintstones, which aired during prime-time on ABC during the original series ' run from 1960 to 1966.
An exemplar post-colonial novel is Wide Sargasso Sea ( 1966 ), by Jean Rhys, a predecessor story to Jane Eyre ( 1847 ), by Charlotte Brontë, a literary variety wherein a familiar story is re-told from the perspective of a subaltern protagonist, Antoinette Cosway, who, within the story and the plot, is a socially oppressed minor character who is renamed and variously exploited.
* In Japan, Topo Gigio was the protagonist of Topo Gigio and the Missile War ( 1966, dir.
In some stories, such as Babel-17 ( 1966 ), same-sex love and same-sex intercourse are clearly implied but are given a kind of protective colouration because the protagonist is a woman who is involved in a three-person marriage with two men.
* In Donald E. Westlake's 1966 crime novel The Handle, the protagonist, a professional thief named Parker, mounts a heist against a casino on an island dubbed " Cockaigne " off the coast of Texas, so named by its owner in reference to the legend.
He also features as the protagonist in the film Amrapali ( 1966 ), starring Sunil Dutt and Vyjayanthimala.
The film features Michael Caine as secret agent Harry Palmer, the anti-hero protagonist of the film versions of The IPCRESS File ( 1965 ) and Funeral in Berlin ( 1966 ).
Conrad, also known as Karaghiosis, the protagonist of Roger Zelazny's ... And Call Me Conrad ( also known as This Immortal ), which won the 1966 Hugo Award for Best Novel, is partially inspired by this character.
A few examples: In Woody Allen's 1966 film What's Up, Tiger Lily ?, the protagonist Phil Moskowitz reads the opening line of " ancient erotic poetry ": " There once was a man from Nantucket ".

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The adventure novel exhibits these " protagonist on adventurous journey " characteristics as do many popular feature films, such as Star Wars and Raiders of the Lost Ark.
In Baxter's novel, Aurelianus is a minor character who interacts with the book's main Roman-era protagonist, Regina, founder of an ( literally ) underground matriarchal society.
At one point in 1984 Winston Smith, the protagonist of Orwell's novel, tries " to remember in what year he had first heard mention of Big Brother.
* Christian, the protagonist in John Bunyan's novel The Pilgrim's Progress
The stories are the diaries of protagonist Claudine, which outline the education and growing up of the young girl, who is aged fifteen at the beginning of the first novel Claudine à l ' école.
Despite condemning the ' Mahometans ' as infidels, he viewed the protagonist of the novel, Hayy, as a model for his ideal Christian philosopher and monotheistic scientist '.
An example of silicon based life forms takes place in the Alan Dean Foster novel Sentenced to Prism in which the protagonist Evan Orgell is trapped on a planet whose entire ecosystem is mostly silicon-based.
Alonso Quijano, the protagonist of the novel, is a retired country gentleman nearing fifty years of age, living in an unnamed section of La Mancha with his niece and housekeeper.
Philip Roth titled the second chapter of his novel " The Ghost Writer " Nathan Dedalus, after the novel's young protagonist Nathan Zuckerman.
* The protagonist of Stephen King's novel Duma Key exhibited symptoms of a condition similar to receptive aphasia after suffering brain damage in an industrial accident.
* Haki Stërmilli's novel If I Were a Boy ( 1936 ) is written in the form of diary entries which documents the life of the main protagonist.
Saga's grandson, Minamoto no Tōru, is thought to be an inspiration for the protagonist of the novel The Tale of Genji.
A prime example is Kiss Me Deadly ( 1955 ); based on a novel by Mickey Spillane, the best-selling of all the hardboiled authors, here the protagonist is a private eye, Mike Hammer.
Coming Up for Air, his last novel before World War II is the most ' English ' of his novels ; alarums of war mingle with images of idyllic Thames-side Edwardian childhood of protagonist George Bowling.
The most famous parody of the Gothic is Jane Austen's novel Northanger Abbey ( 1818 ) in which the naive protagonist, after reading too much Gothic fiction, conceives herself a heroine of a Radcliffian romance and imagines murder and villainy on every side, though the truth turns out to be much more prosaic.
In the 2002 novel The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd, the narrator and protagonist Lily describes a punishment her abusive father routinely inflicted on her: kneeling on grits.
* Glaucus, the protagonist in the novel The Last Days of Pompeii
) The literary technique applied in telling the story is Bildungsroman, which is a type of novel concerned with the moral and psychological growth of the protagonist.
* Katie Scarlett ( O ' Hara ) Hamilton Kennedy Butler: The protagonist of the novel, Scarlett's forthright Irish blood is always at variance with the French teachings of style from her mother, Ellen O ' Hara.
In the Mouth of Madness took a more literal approach, as its protagonist actually hopped from the real world into a novel created by the madman he was hired to track down.
* In A. J. Cronin's novel, A Pocketful of Rye, the protagonist Carroll reads the poem as a young man, forgets it, and suffers from a recurring nightmare that finally leads to his conversion.
* Joshua is a main protagonist in Matthew Woodring Stover's novel Jericho Moon.
Typically but not always, the protagonist of a wuxia novel will become this leader and command the actions of wulin.
La Malinche is the main protagonist in such works as the novel Feathered Serpent: A Novel of the Mexican Conquest by Colin Falconer, and The Golden Princess by Alexander Baron.

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