How to Write a Character Analysis: Titles

Take a partial line from the last sentence in your paper and make it your title.

Example of a closing sentence: Jane Austen presents the world with an often-misunderstood heroine who found her proper place in life and excelled within it.

For example, from the concluding sentence above you could take “Her Proper Place” as a title. This refers both to her fulfilling society’s expectations and getting a husband and to her place as a proper heroine. Such a dualistic interpretation for a title (one that is easily understood but doesn’t club the reader over the head) indicates a stronger title.

14 thoughts on “How to Write a Character Analysis: Titles”

  1. I am a 6th grade special education teacher expected to teach English. I spend countless hours surfing the web for resource material. Never have I come upon such detailed explanations for literary devices.
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  3. Writing an essay for school! This has helped soo much!! Thank You Soo much! Very much appreciated!

  4. This is so great I have been trying to find a way to come up with an original title . I am doing an essay on To Kill A Mockingbird I’m in 9th grade english CP. My teacher is OBSESSED with this book she wants me to come up with an original title I have a problem with creativity and I can’t come up with anything UNTIL NOW. YAY 🙂

  5. Thank you for this! I had no idea what my teacher wanted but after reading this I can actually start writting my own paper!

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    Tremendously with my paper. I am doing a character analysis and I had no clue what to do, and I came across this blog. Thank you for sharing this!


  8. I’m getting ready to introduce the character analysis in my advanced sophomore english class. What a wonderful resource. Thank you so much for posting!

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