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Babbitt the title character and protagonist of Sinclair Lewis's early twentieth-century novel, who is smug, conventional, and resolutely middle-class. [1/2 definitions]
Don Quixote the idealistic but impractical protagonist and title character of a seventeenth-century Spanish novel by Miguel de Cervantes.
Huckleberry Finn the protagonist and title character of a late nineteenth-century novel by Mark Twain.
Jekyll and Hyde in the nineteenth-century novel The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson, the protagonist, who changes from the benevolent Dr. Jekyll into the evil Mr. Hyde. [1/2 definitions]
King Lear the title character and protagonist of a tragedy by William Shakespeare.
Macbeth the title character and protagonist of a tragedy by William Shakespeare.
Odysseus the protagonist of The Odyssey, known for his cleverness and persuasive oratory; Ulysses.
Oedipus in an ancient Greek tragedy by Sophocles, the protagonist and title character, who unwittingly kills his father and marries his mother.
Orestes in the ancient Greek dramatic trilogy The Oresteia by Aeschylus, the protagonist, who avenges his father's death by killing his mother and her lover.
Tarzan the title character and protagonist of a series of twentieth-century jungle adventure stories by Edgar Rice Burroughs. [1/2 definitions]
Tom Sawyer the boy protagonist of this novel. [1/2 definitions]