Taking a look at the characters *Hoboken Docks * *The protagonist of the film *A former prizefighter *Inside, he’s tender and conflicted *He communicates through long silences and seething outbursts *Falls in love with Edie Doyle * * *Sister of Joey Doyle & daughter of “Pops” Doyle *Catholic teacher-in-training *Helps Terry to reclaim his conscience *Sexuality is crucial in her involvement with Terry, and their attraction grows, in part, because they are physical opposites *Edie’s loyalty to her brother is the driving motivation for all her actions * * *Catholic priest *Father Barry remains steadfast to one overriding mission: administering the word of God by advocating peaceful resistance *his development parallels Terry’s—he becomes active rather than passive and begins to acknowledge his own potential effectiveness * * *Corrupt leader of the Longshoreman Local Union *Money and power are his motivations *Initially, Friendly comes across as powerful *After Terry Malloy speaks out to the Waterfront Crime Commission and effectively strips Friendly of all his power, Friendly becomes pitiable * * *Terry’s brother *Second in command to Johnny Friendly *Always exhibits concern for Terry’s well-being *becomes increasingly desperate to figure out how to maintain his loyalties to opposing parties. *Is murdered by Friendly’s goons * *A longshoreman who testifies to the Waterfront Crime Commission & is murdered for it * * *Edie & Joey’s father *Has worked on the docks for 4 decades *His only concern is for his daughter, Edie * *The pier boss who dispatched the work tabs each morning *Remains loyal to Johnny Friendly * *A Waterfront Crime Commission officer *His questioning of Terry on the rooftop proves his understanding of Terry’s dilemma * * *The boy who hangs out around the pigeon coops & idolises Terry * *Edie’s brother *Only seen from his apartment window *A young longshoreman who is coerced up onto the roof by Terry for a “discussion” with Johnny Friendly’s goons * *Write a response of approximately 400 words, using appropriate examples and quotes (if possible), to this statement. *Terry Malloy is a complex character. We perceive him, at first, as a man without a conscience. Throughout the course of the film Terry is transformed and, ultimately, redeems himself. Discuss the role of other characters in his redemption.