From one’s first nursery rhyme book to one’s later fictional novel, it is quite easy
to say that everyone has come across many characters among their years. Some vivid or round, and some bland or flat. Characters depict different qualities and traits within their story line, like Mr. Martin, in the short story, “The Catbird Seat.” Mr. Martin is a prime example of a round character, in which his physical, personal, and psychological
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In conclusion, the attitude of Mr. Martin’s character played a vital role in his innocence. It is not hard to see that Mr. Martin knew he had nothing to worry about due to the fact that everyone knew what type of person he was. If he would have got hostile with Mrs. Barrows or any other coworkers, or if he had a habit of drinking, they would have looked at him in another light.