Lynne Webbings Textual evidence
Ambitious Lynne had a big dream to win the Holmes-Watkins medal in the short story competition. When the result announced, she felt really disappointed.
Jealous and vengeful Lynne was jealous and vengeful when Geoff won the competition. After she discovered that William Bradburie’s story was similar to Geoff’s story, she wanted to take revenge by reporting to Mr Velos so that she could win back the medal.
Persevering Lynne used weeks to complete the miserable story. She spent time to draft and rewrite the story. Although in the end, she won the second place in the competition, I personally consider that it is a good result from her hard work.
Geoff Bolder Textual evidence
Humorous Geoff tried to cheer Lynne by telling her a joke. Geoff joked about how Mr Velos picked the winner by climbing up to his lovely special mahagony desk and dropped both papers, and the papers that hit the floor first wins.
Realistic Although Geoff has potential in writing, he wants to be a barrister because he says that there is more money in law.
Honest Geoff confessed to Mr Velos that he had read a book by the American Humourist, William Bradburie three years ago.