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Dynamic Character Definition A character who changes by the end of the book.
Dynamic Character Examples Alek, Deryn, Volger.
Static Character Definition A character who does NOT change during the book.
Static Character Examples The Germans, Dr. Barlow, Mr. Bauer.
Flat Character Definition A character who is only seen from one point of view in the story.
Flat Character Examples Otto Klopp, Dr. Barlow.
Round Character Definition A fully developed character-so the reader has a good picture of their looks and personality.
Round Character Examples Alek, Deryn.
Primary Character Definition One of the main characters in a story.
Primary Character Examples Alek, Deryn, Volger, Dr. Barlow.
Secondary Character Definition A character that plays a supporting role in the story.
Secondary Character Examples Jaspert, Rigby, Otto Klopp.
Five ways we "know" a charater (SOSAA) Speech, Others view of the character, Self-view, Appearance, Actions.
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