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Literary Element

Questions about charactery

Characterization when an author gets their characters thinking and acting like real people. when they give them personalities
Main characters a character in the whole story. the main character is crucial and central to the story/plot
Supporting characters a character or characters that come in and out of the story. supporting characters help the story move forward
Protagonist the central character of the story(usually the main character) ¨the good guy¨
Antagonist the villain or ¨bad guys¨ in the story. these characters cause the problems to make challenging for the protagonist to succeed.
Dynamic characters characters who experiences a permanent personality change
Static characters characters who do not experience a permanent personality change.
3 ways author describes characters description, feelings, and actions
Setting scenery of the story
7+1 elements to setting where+when, sights, sounds, smells, clothing, transportation, weather, technology
3 ways setting enhances a story imagery(creates a picture in your mind), action, and feeling
Created by: kymak