According to Luffy, Alvida. Subverted by how he still wasn't interested after she became drop dead gorgeous.
We get it, we get it. Brom is strong and rough. If he had been born later, and in the Midwest, he probably would have been a cowboy. He knows everything there is to know about horseback riding, he wins every race, and the townspeople come to him to judge all of their disputes 1.
Sound like the opposite of anyone you know? Yep, Brom is a superfoil. Ichabod has the book smarts; Brom has the street smarts. Ichabod is a loner; Brom has friends lots of them! Perfect foil behavior, Brom.
Irving describes him as having "more mischief than ill will in his composition" 1. Even though he should be the villain, we kind of like the guy. So if he is not a real villain, then what is he?
Drumroll please… The anti-villain! Actually, Brom is everything a hero is supposed to be. Oh, and he has a sense of humor—prank style. Making the bad guy good and the good guy bad is just one way that Irving switches things up in "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. Irving is not shy about comparing this guy to animals: Certain it is, his advances were signals for rival candidates to retire, who felt no inclination to cross a lion in his amours.
We all know Mufasa. Lions are royalty; they are strong, noble, and the kings of the jungle. No one is higher in the food chain. Brom is the same way: Next up, a bear. Imagine a bear having tea with the queen.
You get the picture. Oh, and to top it off, the guy wears a foxtail hat 1. Sly as a fox, anyone? Making Brom an integral part of nature isolates Ichabod even further as the most human of all humans in the story.
Goes to show you what Washington Irving thought of humans.The Abhorrent Admirer differs from more sympathetic characters in one key respect: the audience is expected to find her both unattractive and extremely unsympathetic, and is supposed to feel sorry for the protagonist because she has him in her sights and just won't take a hint or proves resistant to the clue-by-four..
These characters tend strongly to be female rather than male, as a result of. - Favoritism in The Legend of Sleepy Hollow In Washington Irving's short story "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" he has two main characters, Ichabod Crane and Bram Bones.
These two heroic characters both desire the same woman, Katrina Van Tassel, the daughter of a substantial Dutch farmer. Ichabod Crane had a very fitting name. He resembled a long-legged, long-necked bird. As was said in the story, "He was tall, but exceedingly lank, with narrow shoulders, long arms and legs, hands that dangled a mile out of his sleeves, feet that might have served for shovels, and his whole frame most loosely hung together.5/5(2).
Ichabod Crane, a schoolteacher run out of Sleepy Hollow by the Headless Horseman. Katrina Van Tassel, the daughter of a wealthy Dutch farmer. Ichabod wants to marry her.
Baltus Van . The Legend of Sleepy Hollow Answered by Aslan on 1/28/ AM Brom is a man of action, a successful one at that, but Ichabod is a man of letters, a barely successful one, and despite his other skills, he is not much more.
Ichabod Crane is a fictional character from the novel The Legends of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving. Ichabod is the main character in the book who is a teacher. Share to.