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The Red Pyramid book by: Rick Riordan Character Analysis by: Rowan Rosewarne

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Rowan Rosewarne

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Transcript of The Red Pyramid book by: Rick Riordan Character Analysis by: Rowan Rosewarne

Character Analysis
By: Rowan Rosewarne

The Red Pyramid
Book By: Rick Riordan

Characters
Character Traits
Definition
The qualities that make up the personality of a character.
Protagonist
Definition
The main character in the story
Antagonist
Definition
The character that works against the protagonist.
Physical
Personality
female
white
straight caramel-colored hair w/ red streaks
blue eyes
wears combat boots
chews chewing gum all the time
Carter
The representation of a person in narrative work of art.
Definition
Characters
Sadie Kane
Carter Kane
Amos Kane
Julius Kane
Ruby Kane
Set
Apophis
Horus
Isis
Anubis
Zia Rashid
Bast
Thoth
Nephthys
Osiris
Sekhmet
Michel Desjardins
Geb
Nut
Serqet
Iskanar
Muffin
Hathor
Doughboy
male
dark brown skin
brown hair
brown eyes
dresses like a professor
Carter and Sadie are the Protagonist because they are the main characters.
Sadie
Carter
rebellious
adventurous
bossy
brave
careless
jealous
leader
bookworm
brave
honest
smart
jealous
Set is the antagonist in the story because he is trying to kill everyone and take over the world starting with North America
Character Motivation
Character Development
Characterization
Narrator
The novel does have a narrator. It actually has 2, Sadie and Carter. I know this because they use the words I, my, our, them, us, and they. Also at the start of every chapter in this specific book it tells who will be narrating.
The needs or feelings of a character that drives him or her or it to act in a certain way
Definition
Carter- he wants to save his dad and wants to be a normal teenager
Sadie- she wants to save her dad and she wants others to notice her for herself
Definition
The way in which a character changes over time or throughout the story.
Dynamic Character
The process by which the writer reveals the personality of a character
Direct Characterization
Indirect Characterization
Definition
The way a character is revealed through their personality, appearance, words, actions, and effect on others
Definition
Definition
The way a character is reveled through the use of descriptive words
The character that changes in the course of the play or story
Definition
Static Characterization
Definition
The character or characters that do not change in the story
The person who gives an account or tells the story of events and experiences
Definition
Same Height
Sadie
Internal Examples
External Examples
Carter and Sadie want to save the world
Set
Carter
Sadie
Apophis
Amos
Julius
Isis
Horus
Osiris
Zia
Iskander
Geb
Sadie
Zia
Isis
Horus
Geb
Nut
Julius
Amos
Carter
Nephthys
doughboy
Bast
Muffin
Serqet
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