Reader555, The Wordsmith

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7/9/2021

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1/10/2022 6:36 PM

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Recent Posts

Soy vs Darius on 12/4/2021 4:56:48 PM

Story 2, The Chosen Child


Winner's Bracket Vote on 12/4/2021 4:56:07 PM

Story 2.


Loser's Bracket Vote on 12/4/2021 4:54:21 PM

Story #2


Soy vs Darius on 12/4/2021 4:51:59 PM

Story 2, The Chosen Child


Who is your favorite character in a book? on 11/11/2021 12:23:47 PM

Well...I read the book some years ago, so I guess I don't remember everything.

True. No one is going to believe a crime committer who says they'll come back after 3 days. However, he was desperate to take care of Cosette, or at least help her the best he can. Jean Val Jean was a little bit of a changed person, and would do anything (even if it's not believable) to help that tiny girl. Javert really didn't believe him, so he ran away and didn't come back even after 3 days. But, if Javert (or another policeman was there instead of Javert) did somehow believed Jean Val Jean, Jean might have actually came back. This is a very small possibility (0.01% possible), but it's not impossible. 


Who is your favorite character in a book? on 11/8/2021 5:58:24 PM

That makes sense. I didn't think it through. I also read an English translation, but in Middle School. Javert was indeed a tragic hero, all he wanted was to do his job faithfully. However, he should consider that people can change. Jean Val Jean didn't do any crime after leaving jail. It's not too much to ask for, but in that situation, one needs to re-consider the other side. Despite what I say, Javert's ending was sad though.


Who is your favorite character in a book? on 11/5/2021 8:31:45 PM

I have a couple that I can't choose between.

Dantes from "Count De Monte Cristo" (It's an English book, and Dantes is just awesome to follow during the story, and his hardships resonated with me despite never actually going through such hardship like he). Aisulu from "Stand On The Sky"(It's based on a real clan that's living in Mongolia I think, and it's really fascinating to watch her raise and train a real eagle despite the odds). Enjolras from "Les Miserables" (It's an English book, and he's a respectable student with a great cause). Martha Flaherty from "The Long Exile" (she's a strong and brave Inuit girl).

Do you know any of these characters?


Users List Page on 10/5/2021 11:29:23 PM

Oh, okay! Those are indeed currently more useful. Sounds good! :)


Users List Page on 10/5/2021 7:37:01 PM

I wonder if any of the code wizards are online to give their opinion. I don't think I know any.


New here? Just the FAQS. on 10/5/2021 7:32:37 PM

Yeah, that's pretty much all that 99% of newbies ask (even though they can read articles, or previous newbies questions/answers). This is a nice summary.