Only a few characters have the power to catch the reader's interest to the extent that they are unforgettable. In The Natural, Roy Hobbs proves to be a memorable character in many ways. His determination makes him to be noticed. His sense of honor and pride are part of his remarkable character. Ray is an athlete born with rare talents, abilities, and love for the game of baseball, which makes him unforgettable.
Determination can influence many people to strive for goals. Roy Hobbs was determined to the best player in baseball. When he was just nineteen years old and had not played baseball for an organized team, he wanted to "break every record in the book for throwing and hitting." p.g.30 He had no previous experience of playing baseball, except with his dad and in high school. When Ray was in the hospital, he was resolute on getting out and playing in the playoff game.
The Doctor told him that "it would be best for Roy to say goodbye forever to baseball, if he hoped to stay alive." p.g. 212 However, he could not conceive not playing baseball ever again. He even sneaked out of the hospital to practice "so, he would have his eye and timing alert for the playoff." p.g.214 He was determined to play baseball again, win the playoff game and, eventually, win the World Series.
ÃÂÃ ÃÂÃ ÃÂÃ ÃÂÃ ÃÂÃ ÃÂÃ ÃÂÃ ÃÂÃ Honor and pride was important to Roy Hobbs. Roy was proud of himself, before he became a professional player. He commented " when I walk down the street I bet people will say there goes Roy Hobbs, the best there ever was in the game." p.g.31 He was proud of himself which helped him to strive for his dreams. . He did not care much of the wealth; to him it...