Of mice and men chapter 5 study guide
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Of Mice and Men Chapter 5 Study Guide. Characterization Review. As authors develop the plot and characters for a story, several character types emerge.

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Of mice and men chapter 5 study guide

Of Mice and Men Chapter 5 Study Guide

Characterization Review


As authors develop the plot and characters for a story several character types emerge

As authors develop the plot and characters for a story, several character types emerge.

  • The protagonist of a story is themain characterthat changesthroughout the story; the protagonist is directly affected by the eventsof theplot.

  • The antagonist is the main character in opposition of the protagonist; the antagonist usually causes the protagonist’s problems. The antagonist can also be a force of nature.


Of mice and men chapter 5 study guide

  • To further define his characters, an author then develops four general types of characters which evolve around the protagonist and antagonist and support the plot development:

    • Round characters are complicated and interesting to the reader.

    • Flat characters are simple and under-developed

    • Dynamic characters are those that grow or change emotionally or learn a lesson.

    • Static characters change or grow very little (or not at all) throughout the story.


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