Because you like Quasimodo in The Hunchback of Notre Dame
A champion of chivalry, Don Quixote is dutifully bringing good to the world—even when others think he's out of his mind. See them in Don Quixote.
Ishmael is a quiet observer on a larger-than-life quest. See them in Moby Dick.
Alfredo Linguini can whip up five star meals effortlessly. Just don't look under his hat. See them in Ratatouille.
The black sheep of his family, Rhett Butler grew up to have charm and to see things as they are. He just doesn't give a damn anymore. See them in Gone with the Wind.
Celie Johnson says she's poor, black, and may even be ugly. But dear God she's here. See them in The Color Purple.
Jean-Baptiste Grenouille may have a phenomenal sense of smell, but he has a weak sense of morality. See them in Perfume: The Story of a Murderer.
With an undeniable sense of adventure, Huck Finn is an expert at getting into and, more importantly, out of sticky situations. See them in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
Aladdin is a street-thief who is on his way up. Way, way up! See them in Aladdin.
Just because Dracula wants to suck your blood doesn't mean he's not a gentleman. See them in Dracula.
Romantic, impulsive, and captivated by the joys of life, Natasha Rostova is on the messy path of growing up. See them in War and Peace.
Robbie Turner has been accused of a crime he never committed, changing the course of his life forever. See them in Atonement.
Dante Alighieri is a crusader fighting his way to absolution. See them in Dante's Inferno.