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Protagonist & Antagonist

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Kiera Sleigh

on 29 November 2012

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Transcript of Protagonist & Antagonist

By: Kiera Sleigh Protagonist&
Antagonist Antagonist Antagonist #1 President Snow: The Antagonist from The Hunger Games. Antagonist #2 Protagonist Protagonist #1 Katiniss Everdeen:
The protagonist from The Hunger Games Protagonist #2 " Motherless. Sisterless. I am both. But I have brothers, dozens nay, hundreds of brothers. Only two real ones: brash Lavain and my biggest brother, thoughtful Tirry ( Sandell 1)." Activity In groups of two think of a story you and your partner have read, and make a venn diagram of the antagonist and protagonist of that story. The End Definition: the character against whom the protagonist struggles or contends. http://web.cn.edu/kwheeler/lit_terms_C.html#character_anchor Definition: The main character of a work of a fiction. http://web.cn.edu/kwheeler/lit_terms_C.html#character_anchor "I cannot help but think of a serpent as I focus on her icy blue eyes. They are hard, there is no warmth or friendliness behind them ( Sandell 185-186)." Book: Song of the Sparrow by: Lisa Ann Sandell Book: Song of the Sparrow
By: Lisa Ann Sandell Antagonist Protagonist Protagnist Antagonist Similarities
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