Six of crows Character analysis
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Protagonist: Kaz Brekker
Antagonist: Jan Van Eck
Kaz is a highly intelligent thief, that runs a gambling den in Ketterdam with a limp and gloves that scare people. He is a dynamic character, we see him grow in the stories from when he was younger and why he has become how he is today.
Symbolism: “Why do you wear the gloves, Mister Brekker?” pg 54
Van Eck is a high ranked official on the merchant council. He is a round, dynamic because, in the beginning, we see him as a kind and caring father, but then turns in to a snob that is trying to ruin the world.
Imagery: “She'd laughed, and if he could have bottled the sound and gotten drunk on it every night, he would have. It terrified him.” pg 402
Segeragration towards the Grisha vs. non-Grisha like we have with white a black people going against each other in feuds the Grisha and the non-Grisha.
Personification: "The Ketterdam weather was not cooperating." pg 3
Kaz's gloves symbolize the need for reassurance in that he is a strong person. It also is like a cloak to cover up his past from when he first came to Ketterdam with Jordie (his brother) who ends up dying from the plague. Kaz had to use Jordies body as a raft after they were thrown off the docks for his survival and now hates skin to skin contact. Covers his hands so he doesn't have to be weak when it comes to those things.
Imagery is shown in this quote by how much Kaz enjoyed the sounds of Inej's laugh. It's like saying that her laugh is like an alcoholic to his alcohol which in Kaz's case is bad. With Inej's laugh is causing him to become someone different when he doesn't want it to happen, Kaz is the big boss that is a solid block of stone.
The weather isn't a real person so it can't be cooperating in any way.
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