Literature Vocabulary List #2
Character Development, Round Character, Flat Character, Static Character, Dynamic Character, Stock Character, Characterization, Direct Chracterization, Indirect Characterization,
Terms in this set (9)
The change in a character from the exposition (beginning) of the story to the resolution (end) of the story.
a well developed character who has many traits, thoughts and feelings
A character with only one outstanding trait or feature.
a character who does not change at all, or who remains almost entirely the same, throughout a story
a character who changes throughout the course of the story
a stereotyped character: one who is familiar to us from previous stories and movies
the way an author presents a character and reveals character traits - by - what a character says - what a character thinks - what a character does - how a character responds to other characters
the author tells us directly what the character is like: sneaky, generous, mean to pets and so on.
the author gives clues about a character and their personality through the character's appearance, thoughts, words, and actions, and the reader must put the clues together.
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