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Character Types

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Emma Ribar

on 10 December 2012

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Transcript of Character Types

Character Types! 4 characters types:
Round Static: stay the same through the whole narrative. They do not change or develop beyond the way in which they were first presented. Dynamic: Encounters conflict and is changed by it. They tend to be more fully developed and described. Flat: are minor characters who don’t change and who usually play a supporting role to the main character. They also only have one personality. Round: whose personality and other features are fully detailed in the story by the author Here are some examples of static characters: Cinderella’s stepmother in Cinderella, another example is Lord Farquaad in Shrek. Some examples of dynamic characters: Simba is a dynamic character from the lion king, another is Ebenezer Scrooge. Some examples of flat characters are: the Aliens from toy story, another is Rex from the toy story. Examples of round characters: Woody from the toy story, another is Jessie from toy story. Flat characters only have one or two "sides". Showing one or two character traits! Woody, Round character. simba, dynamic character. Rex, flat character. Step-Mother, static character. Jessie, round character. LordFarquaad, static character. Aliens, flat character. Ebeneezer Scrooge, dynamic chararcter. Dynamic characters are also very well described by the author eveylittle detail is described in the story. Static characters never help reveal the theme they just support the main character. round characters show a lot of their personallities if they dont then they are not a round character.
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