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CHARACTERIZATION. EVERYTHING THAT MAKES UP A CHARACTER THE MAIN CHARACTER IS THE PROTAGONIST THE CHARACTER IN CONFLICT WITH THE PROTAGONIST IS THE ANTAGONIST. THE READER LEARNS ABOUT THE CHARACTER BY:. *The character’s speech (what the character says)

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characterization
CHARACTERIZATION
  • EVERYTHING THAT MAKES UP A CHARACTER
  • THE MAIN CHARACTER IS THE PROTAGONIST
  • THE CHARACTER IN CONFLICT WITH THE PROTAGONIST IS THE ANTAGONIST
the reader learns about the character by
THE READER LEARNS ABOUT THE CHARACTER BY:

*The character’s speech (what the character says)

*The character’s actions (what the character does)

*Other characters’ comments or thoughts (what others say)

*What the author tells the reader

characterization can be
CHARACTERIZATION CAN BE:
  • DIRECT (the author states what the character is like)
  • INDIRECT (the reader draws conclusions based on what is said about the character, the character’s speech, the character’s actions)
a character can be
A CHARACTER CAN BE:
  • ROUND (the character has many identifiable traits)
  • FLAT (the character has only one or two identifiable traits)
  • DYNAMIC (the character develops and changes)
  • STATIC (the character does not change)