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Character and Setting

characterization, protagonist, antagonist, setting, literary elements
by

Adam Griffin

on 20 September 2012

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Transcript of Character and Setting

character
people, animal, or imaginary creatures who take part in the action.
MAIN
characters
minor characters
setting
it's the particular time, situation and place in which the events occur.
and setting
Hey Batman!
Tell me... what is
a dynamic character?
I'm glad you asked, George.
a dynamic character is one
who changes as a result of
events in the story.
george and batman
english experts
and best buds
characters
Then what is a
static character?
A static character is a
character who remains
unchanged... or, static
minor characters
imaginary place
real place
past
present
future
it initiates the main backdrop and mood for a story.
time
place
place
situations
a wedding
a game
a war
characterization
Characters may be presented by means of description, through their physical appearance, actions, speech, or thoughts.
protagonist
antagonist
The protagonist is the main character, usually the "good" guy in the story. The story mainly focuses on this character's experiences.
The Antagonist is usually portrayed as the "bad" guy, or the person that goes against the protagonist and what hes trying to do.
by adam griffin
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