Here are some excerpts from the novel The Call of the Wild: Buck: Yet it was a secret growth. He was too busy adjusting himself to the new life to feel at ease, and not only did he not pick fights, but he avoided them whenever possible.
She was never outside, nor did she do physical activities.
These physical traits reflected her unpleasant personality.
True, there can be many answers to these questions, but one thing that can make a story meaningful and popular is its characters.
Furthermore, the development of the characters makes the audience care about them.
Colin goes through an even more drastic physical change, which is key to the theme in the story.
Those physical changes correlate with personality changes.Read the following excerpts from the novel The Secret Garden.Mary: The boy had a sharp, delicate face the color of ivory and he seemed to have eyes too big for it.On the other hand, possibly because he divined in Buck a dangerous rival, Spitz never lost an opportunity of showing his teeth.He even went out of his way to bully Buck, striving constantly to start the fight which could end only in the death of one or the other.If we compare the physical traits of Mary and Colin, we see many similarities, which correlate to the similarities of their personalities.If we contrast Mary and Colin with Dickon, the physical differences reflect the differences in the characters' personalities.He had also a lot of hair which tumbled over his forehead in heavy locks and made his thin face seem smaller.He looked like a boy who had been ill, but he was crying more as if he were tired and cross than as if he were in pain. He looked very clean and his nose turned up and his cheeks were as red as poppies and never had Mistress Mary seen such round and such blue eyes in any boy's face.The second element to compare and contrast is character behavior, which is comprised of the actions and choices of the character.Just like with the physical traits, look for specific behaviors of the characters you are comparing and contrasting.