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Characterization Review

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Misty Owen

on 15 April 2018

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Characterization Review
Characterization
Characterization is the process by which the writer reveals the personality of a character. We as readers get to know our character through this process.
Protagonist vs. Antagonsit
The protagonist is the main character in any story, such as a literary work or drama. The antagonist is the opposing force that brings conflict and is instrumental in the development of the protagonist, or main character.
Types of Characters
Round - Flat
Dynamic - Static
Have you met WALTeR?
This friend helps you remember how to analyze a character in a story.
Types of Characterization
Direct and Indirect
Direct and Indirect Characterization
Direct characterization is when an author specifically tells the reader about a character in the text.

Indirect characterization is when an author shows the reader about a character, and the reader has to make inferences about the character.
Round vs. Flat
Round characters are complicated characters that have many sides and emotions. Protagonists are round characters. Flat characters are simple characters that demonstrate few traits.
Dynamic vs. Static
Dynamic characters undergo an important inner change, as a change in personality or attitude. Static characters, on the other hand, undergo little or no inner change.
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ACTIONS
LOOKS
THOUGHTS
others' REACTIONS
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