Minta Doyle is a young, charismatic and energetic woman. She visits the Ramsay family on the Isle of Skye. She wore very sensible closes, which most of the women would refuse to put on. During one of Minta’s walks with Paul, she lost her grandmother’s broth. The author demonstrates opposing views of society through the prism of characters. Paul wants to prove his loyalty and insists on helping Minta to find the lost broth instead of leaving the Isle. Minta was impressed by his dedication, and in future, it influences her decision to agree to marry him. This character is an example of women tenderness and open attitude to life.
Minta Doyle in the Essays