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Anti-Hero: A central character in a story who lacks conventional heroic attributes
Andy Evans takes on the role of the anti-hero because of his arrogant and conceited attitude toward everyone, and his belief that he can walk all over those around him.
My names Andy Evans and I go to Merry Weather High School.
Andy Evans shows an anti-hero action as he takes advantage of young Melinda on a night where she was intoxicated and unaware what to do. Although she said "No" he didn't listen and continued his actions forcing himself on helpless Melinda, ultimately traumatizing her, and ruining her life.
"'No.' I do not like this...In my head my voice is as clear as a bell: 'NO I DON'T WANT TO' " (135)
"He smells like beer and mean and he hurts me hurts me hurts me and gets up and zips his jeans and smiles." (135-136)
*zips jeans and smiles*
Melinda appears to be the complete opposite of Andy Evans and keeps to herself. She is not conceited or self absorbed, and does not walk all over other people but instead allows others to do so to her. Here we see Melinda turning the mirror around because she cannot stand to look at herself, she is disgusted by what she sees, this shows her low self-esteem and confidence.
"Two muddy-circle eyes under black-dash eyebrows, piggy-nose nostrils, and a chewed-up horror of a mouth... I get out of bed and take down the mirror. I put it in the back of my closet, facing the wall." (17)
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