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Dynamic Character. A character which changes in an important way because of the story’s action. The change in outlook or character is permanent. ****Based on your character types which character is dynamic in A Tale of Two Cites? ***** Sydney Carton !!!!!. Flat Character.

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    1. Dynamic Character • A character which changes in an important way because of the story’s action. The change in outlook or character is permanent. ****Based on your character types which character is dynamic in A Tale of Two Cites?***** Sydney Carton!!!!!

    2. Flat Character • A character who reveals only one, maybe two, personality traits in a story or novel, and the trait(s) do not change. **Which characters would be considered flat?** Lucie!!!!

    3. Round Character • A well developed character who demonstrates varied and sometimes contradictory traits. Round characters are more like real people. Who is the round character in A Tale of Two Cities? Mrs. Pross!

    4. Static Character • A character that remains primarily the same throughout a story or novel. Events in the story do not alter a static character’s outlook, personality, motivation, perception, habits, etc. Which character is static in A Tale of Two Cities? Madam Defarge!

    5. Stock Character • A special kind of flat character who is instantly recognizable to most readers. Possible examples include the “ruthless businessman”, “shushing old librarian” or “dumb jock.” They are not the focus nor developed in the story. Out of the five characters discussed who is the stock? Marquis St. Evremonde and Mr. Lorry!

    6. What are the five Character types again? • Dynamic • Round • Flat • Static • Stock