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Character Analysis TWO FISHERMEN MORLEY CALLAGHAN With less then 5 pages of words Morley Callaghan has constructed a profound heart touching story that will forever be remembered Two fishermen is a sensational story that encourages and inspires us to contemplate one another more realistically With his cautious effective characterization Callaghan has created a deep stimulating legend Morley Callaghan uses cautious significant words to describe each character Thomas Delaneys character is a down-to-earth realistic person When he finds out about his wifes incident he did what any normal human being would do Callaghan gives the reader a murderer yet the reader feels sympathy towards him Another character is Smitty This good natured harmless affable man has the job of a serpent the hangman Although he feels embarrassed and ashamed of what he does somebody has to do his job there has to be a hangmanpg 93 The reader would imagine a hangman to be a monstrous human without a heart but Callaghan has taken a unique direction by opposing what the reader anticipates He has open-handily shown us that the hangman is a noble loving man and for this reason it pushes the reader to perceive warmth towards the character Smitty A further character in this story is Michael Foster An eager young local reporter Foster is the character that most of us can connect with Foster likes Smitty but because of pressure from nonchalant townspeople Foster is forced to make a decision about their friendship or his future Farther and farther Michael backed into the crowd and all the time he felt ashamedpg 97 The guilt and feeling of betrayal towards Smitty is something that the reader can connect towards Callaghan has created an atmosphere that allows the reader to produce their own setting This
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