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    I‚ ‚ read 471 pages of Graceling by Kristin Cashore. This book has a majority of conflicts that are solved throughout the novel‚ though the main conflicts occur in the very first chapter‚ when Katsa‚ the main character‚ rescues a Lienid grandfather who had been kidnapped and imprisoned in a dungeon cell. This books genre is fiction since this story occurs in a very different world from ours. Kasta and the council‚ a group that has grown throughout all seven kingdoms‚ know who kidnapped the Lienid

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    Round character Definition: A round character is a major character in a work of fiction who encounters conflict and is changed by it. Round characters tend to be more fully developed and described than flat‚ or static‚ characters. If you think of the characters you most love in fiction‚ they probably seem as real to you as people you know in real life. This is a good sign that they are round characters. A writer employs a number of tools or elements to develop a character‚ making him or her round

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    Drama and Character

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    of relationships involving one or more persons. It could be fiction or non-fiction. The main Components/ELEMENTS of a RADIO drama: I. Plot_____________________________________________________ The chain of events or actions in which the characters are involved and during which the dramatic conflict starts‚ develops‚ comes to a climax‚ and is resolved is the plot. The aims of plot development are: Create an emotional experience Tell a people story (people are interested in other people)

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    Character Sketch

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    Sample character sketch - my friend Liz. My friend Liz is the most amazing friend anybody could ask for. We’ve been through so much together‚ we’re basically like sisters. We met on the first day of school in sixth grade‚ both of us terrified by the massive size of the middle school. She had the locker right above mine. I told her I didn’t know anybody in our class and she said “You do now.” We’ve been friends ever since. Most boys think Liz is cute. She has long red hair‚ cascading over

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    Character Analysis

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    Character Analysis In Runaway Girl by Carissa Phelps the reader knows from the beginning that the main character‚ Carissa‚ can’t stand discipline and runs away when authority steps in her way. Nevertheless‚ she creates friendships with people she thinks she can trust‚ but only ends up getting hurt by their dishonesty and greediness. Carissa is a rebellious‚ stubborn‚ independent child who grows into something amazing after all the dramatic tragedies that took part in her life. Carissa is

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    Character and Novel

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    question all authority.  In this‚ we undertake a thematic journey to discover an ` ‘alternative’ to the desire for power.  This alternative is illustrated through addressing the themes of self determination‚ feminism and tribalism.  Through the characters we come to understand that most power is irrelevant in the personal journey of self discovery. Sample Essays Question. “I have not known a day’s peace and contentment in my life.” Discuss this statement in light of the various internal conflicts

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    Minor Characters

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    plot is affected by three minor characters: Ben‚ Charley and Howard. The minor characters help the story’s protagonist‚ Willy‚ develop extensively throughout the course of the play; therefore‚ they are key elements in the advancing story line. This story line blends and contrasts Willy’s closest companions‚ Ben and Charley. They represent two aspects of Willy’s ideals. Howard‚ Willy’s boss‚ functions in order to heighten the destruction of Willy’s dream. The characters Ben‚ Charley and Howard are influential

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    Character and Josephine

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    characterization‚ style‚ setting‚ and finally point of view. These fields will show a how “looking for alibrandi” is defined as fiction literature. The main theme of the text “looking for Alibrandi” is most probably the growth and development of the main character Josephine Alibrandi. The theme is subtle in how it is presented into the book it‚ Josephine at the beginning of the book is portrayed as being of the book torn between her responsibilities and culture and her own personal enjoyment and peer pressure

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    Character Analysis

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    Emily the Fallen Rose In the story “A Rose for Emily”‚ William Faulkner uses characterization to reveal the character of Miss Emily. Her character is portrayed through physical description‚ her actions‚ feelings and words‚ and through the narrator ’s remarks about Emily’s nature‚ and through the actions‚ words‚ and feelings‚ of the other characters. In "A Rose for Emily"‚ William Faulkner creates a story about a woman who loses her sense of reality

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    Dragonwings Characters

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    The book in which this essay is about is called Dragonwings. Laurence Yep wrote Dragonwings. The main setting is in America during the early 1900?s. The main characters are Moon shadow (a young Tang child)‚ his father Windrider‚ and black dog shows up throughout the story. This father and son have a dream of building a flying machine. There are really many conflicts in this story. The main ones are Windrider and Moon Shadow trying to build a flying machine‚ Black Dog being addicted to opium‚ and

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