protagonist


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leading character

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the main performer in a theatrical production

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Protagonist Therapeutics' primary focus is on developing potential first-in-class oral targeted therapy-based peptide drugs that work by blocking biological pathways that are currently targeted by marketed injectable antibody drugs.
The protagonist is curious, yet reticent about the former.
For example, in a scene where the protagonist and E* are consummating their desire:
The danger, of course, is that the protagonist is so rigorously objective that less 'evolved' viewers can't empathize with her.
Stick to a film that has a linear narrative and a single protagonist.
The unnamed protagonist shares scenes from her family's home and their dacha, or summer cabin.
The novel ends with the protagonist returning to Los Angeles to learn to write fiction instead of nonfiction.
However, while Il serpente's opening scene clearly displays a certain awareness of language and Otherness in the child protagonist, I would argue that it also reveals a lack of completion in the process of primal repression and of accession to the Symbolic Order.
When the protagonist asks, "See how easily slaves are made?
Protagonist A, Meryl (Justine Clarke), has just lost her father and witnessed a man getting hit by a train.
Both are period dramas, set in an oppressive society; both are about three sisters, with a heroine--Hagar in Pillar, Miki Orihara as the protagonist in Deaths--who wears her passions on her sleeve.
Okay," we say, "Let's start by taking nominations for protagonist.
The narrative technique persuades the general reader to agree with the idea of the protagonist being a witch who means harm to everyone.
Recy Dunn's debut novel, The Cinquefoil Connection's, principal protagonist, Jonathan McClendon, is caught in a deep web of deception and manipulation, when he sells his soul to the devil in exchange for his eventual rise to the Presidency of the United States.