Course 5—Lecture - 13

LitCourse 5
How to Read: Character
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Characterization

To what degree does a character change or grow by the end of the story? Writers can create . . .

Dynamic characters who change—by learning a life lesson or growing in some way by the end.
Static characters who remain unchanged at the story's end.

Authors create both dynamic and static characters in the same story. The protagonist (primary character) changes while secondary characters usually remain unchanged.

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