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Characters

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A static character does not change during the story whereas a ... one does. dynamic
A character constellation shows the .... between the different characters. relationships
There are ... various techniques to create a character. four
A flat character is the opposite of a ... character. round
Emotions are an ... aspect of a character. internal
Place and time, where and when a story happens, are called ... setting
An ... character remains mysterious throughout the story. opaque
Traits are a character's ... unique attributes
The characters of a story are often influenced by literary, historical or ... concepts and conventions. cultural
A character's appearance and actions are ... aspects of a character. external
Creating characters is called ... characterisation
A character's ... are highly important to get to know him or her well. thoughts
A fictional character is made of ... words
What a character looks like is called .... appearance
A minor character that contrasts the main character is called a ... foil
A round character is a ... complex individual
Created by: kjoeper123