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Terms for characterization and point of view

character a person in a story
protagonist the main character
antagonist the enemy of the main character
flat character 1-2 sides of a character are revealed
round character a fully developed character
static character a character that does not change
dynamic character a character who changes throughout the story
characterization the process by which the author reveals the personality of the characters
direct characterization the author tells the audience what the personality of the character is
indirect characterization the author shows things that reveal the personality of the character
point of view the perspective from which the story is being told
narrator the person who tells the story
first person point of view the main character tells the story from his/her perspective
third person limited point of view the story is told by a narrator who has limited access to the characters' thoughts and feelings
third person omniscient point of view the story is told by a narrator who knows everything about the characters including their thoughts and feelings
second person point of view the narrator is talking to the reader/audience
Created by: littleengteacher