Because you like Basil Hallward in Dorian Gray
Victor Frankenstein can create life, so he's pretty awesome if he says so himself. See them in Frankenstein.
Nick Carraway is the perfect observer: always there for the events, but never too involved. See them in The Great Gatsby.
Klaus Baudelaire's photographic memory saves the lives of his siblings many times over. See them in Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events.
Sometimes being a supportive girlfriend like Ophelia doesn't work out too well. See them in Hamlet.
Macbeth was probably named "Most Likely to Kill His Rivals" in his senior yearbook. See them in Macbeth.
Ofelia is face-to-face with the deadliest creatures of the underworld and completely unafraid. See them in Pan's Labryinth.
Dorothy Gale is a down-home Kansas girl in a bizarre fantasy land with beautiful red shoes. See them in The Wizard of Oz.
Auggie Pullman is a true wonder depite what some cruel classmates say. See them in Wonder .
There's nothing like discovering dear old dad is a serial killer to send you into an (understandable) funk. See them in Hannibal.
Liesel Meminger is trying to ease the suffering of those around her, German and Jew alike. See them in The Book Thief.
Neil Perry is a brilliant student with an artist's soul. And he's desperate to unleash it. See them in Dead Poets Society.
Warm and caring, Kitty Forman acts like a mom towards all of her kids' friends. See them in That '70s Show.