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The dynamic creation and deconstruction of integrative features that differentiate an individual in terms of interpersonal behavior traits is referred to as personality development. Personality development allows people to understand self-reflection, the meaningful journey of growth, and so on. It has so many benefits that can help people change their lives to be more beautiful. It is a dynamic process that is influenced by external circumstances and life-altering experiences. In John Green's Looking for Alaska, Miles Halter's character development as a shy and introverted teenager is searching for a sense of purpose and adventure in the beginning. The character shows a drastic change in his personality after being friend with Alaska. The unexpected death of her makes an impact on him, and he becomes a more mature and self-aware person. He learns to accept his imperfections. He learned the most valuable fact of life is forgiveness is theway to survive happily. It requires individuals to confront their pain and work through the emotions that come with it. This study explains personality development as a path to healing, growth, and transformation.
Personality development, Forgiveness, Introvert.
Priyadarshini S. , Priyanka P. "Amelioration of Personality in John Green's Looking for Alaska" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 6 Issue 11 2023 Page 275-277
Priyadarshini S. , Priyanka P. "Amelioration of Personality in John Green's Looking for Alaska" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 6(11)