A character is someone who involves himself in the art of acting out novel scenes, plays or in the films (Aston and Savona 1). In literature, the characters help the readers to understand the stories through guiding them. Characterization involves the art of creating a character as practiced by the actors or the writers of the books (Harrison 1). A lot of writers employ a lot of character when narrating their stories out. The character is usually based on the personality that the writer or the actor possesses; it can also be based on the role. In literary fiction, characterization has significance and the author of the story needs to build up their own sense of responsibility.