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In the novel To See Your Face Again by Eugenia Price Natalie Browning is the protagonist of the story She is spoiled and childish but also brave and by the end of the novel she proves to be a complex individual Natalie Browning is a beautiful sixteen-year-old girl with sun-bright curly hair and pale translucent eyesPrice 296 Her beauty is described as one that had the ability to stop a mans heart Price 74 She captivates anyone who lays eyes on her and everyone who knew her lived almost shamelessly under her spell Price 10 Adored by everyone Natalie is spoiled to no end and she always gets her way When Natalie wanted a thing she wanted it nowor maybe yesterday Price 39 She is headstrong and impetuous and although her appearance makes her appear to be older she exhibits child like behavior This child like manner is shown when Natalie enters unfavorable situations Since childhood she had when frustrated or embarrasses hit someone Price 45 Because of her spoiled upbringing and rich family that cater to her every whim Natalie is care free and has never had to experience any hardships When asked what matters to her she states Having a good time and being happy matter Price 46 When the ship she is traveling on sinks Natalie finally faces a life or death situation and she exhibits bravery and courage Youre a brave brave girlfar braver than your papa darling Natalie Price 163 Although she initially appears to be superficial she proves that despite her upbringing she is an intrepid young woman capable of taking care of herself Due to her spoiled upbringing Natalie displays superficial characteristics however she proves that she is also courageous Despite what others initially think Natalie is not merely a beautiful face she is a brave young woman
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