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    • 1. Characters in a Novel
    • 2. What is a Character?
    • 3. What is a Character?A fictional character of anovel is NOT real but madeof words.
    • 4. What is a Character?A fictional character of anovel is NOT real but madeof words.It is influenced by literary,historical or culturalconcepts & conventions.
    • 5. What Are Character Traits?
    • 6. What Are Character Traits? A character‘s unique attributes are called traits. They can either refer to a character‘s appearance or behaviour. Of course, traits are not confined to literture but can also be used in real life!
    • 7. What Are Character Traits? A character‘s unique attributes are called traits. They can either refer to a character‘s appearance or behaviour. Of course, traits are not confined to literture but can also be used in real life! Examples are:
    • 8. What Are Character Traits? A character‘s unique attributes are called traits. They can either refer to a character‘s appearance or behaviour. Of course, traits are not confined to literture but can also be used in real life! Examples are: ✓ honest/dishonest
    • 9. What Are Character Traits? A character‘s unique attributes are called traits. They can either refer to a character‘s appearance or behaviour. Of course, traits are not confined to literture but can also be used in real life! Examples are: ✓ honest/dishonest ✓ brave/anxious
    • 10. What Are Character Traits? A character‘s unique attributes are called traits. They can either refer to a character‘s appearance or behaviour. Of course, traits are not confined to literture but can also be used in real life! Examples are: ✓ honest/dishonest ✓ brave/anxious ✓ dreamer/down-to-earth
    • 11. What Are Character Traits? A character‘s unique attributes are called traits. They can either refer to a character‘s appearance or behaviour. Of course, traits are not confined to literture but can also be used in real life! Examples are: ✓ honest/dishonest ✓ brave/anxious ✓ dreamer/down-to-earth ✓ tall/small
    • 12. What Are Character Traits? A character‘s unique attributes are called traits. They can either refer to a character‘s appearance or behaviour. Of course, traits are not confined to literture but can also be used in real life! Examples are: ✓ honest/dishonest ✓ brave/anxious ✓ dreamer/down-to-earth ✓ tall/small ✓...
    • 13. Character? How Can You Analyse ahttp://www.northcanton.sparcc.org/~elem/kidspiration/tornero/horribleharry.htm
    • 14. How Can You Analyse a Character? http://www.northcanton.sparcc.org/~elem/kidspiration/tornero/horribleharry.htmYou can analyse a character byhaving a close look at his or her:
    • 15. How Can You Analyse a Character? http://www.northcanton.sparcc.org/~elem/kidspiration/tornero/horribleharry.htmYou can analyse a character byhaving a close look at his or her:✓ name
    • 16. How Can You Analyse a Character? http://www.northcanton.sparcc.org/~elem/kidspiration/tornero/horribleharry.htmYou can analyse a character byhaving a close look at his or her:✓ name✓ a bundle of character traits
    • 17. How Can You Analyse a Character? http://www.northcanton.sparcc.org/~elem/kidspiration/tornero/horribleharry.htmYou can analyse a character byhaving a close look at his or her:✓ name✓ a bundle of character traits✓ internal aspects: perceptions, emotions, thoughts, ...
    • 18. How Can You Analyse a Character? http://www.northcanton.sparcc.org/~elem/kidspiration/tornero/horribleharry.htmYou can analyse a character byhaving a close look at his or her:✓ name✓ a bundle of character traits✓ internal aspects: perceptions, emotions, thoughts, ...✓ external appearance
    • 19. How Can You Analyse a Character? http://www.northcanton.sparcc.org/~elem/kidspiration/tornero/horribleharry.htmYou can analyse a character byhaving a close look at his or her:✓ name✓ a bundle of character traits✓ internal aspects: perceptions, emotions, thoughts, ...✓ external appearance✓ activities
    • 20. How Can You Analyse a Character? http://www.northcanton.sparcc.org/~elem/kidspiration/tornero/horribleharry.htmYou can analyse a character byhaving a close look at his or her:✓ name✓ a bundle of character traits✓ internal aspects: perceptions, emotions, thoughts, ...✓ external appearance✓ activities✓ speech
    • 21. What is aCharacterisation?
    • 22. What is a Characterisation?The art of creating characters for a story bythe author is called characterisation.
    • 23. What is a Characterisation?The art of creating characters for a story bythe author is called characterisation.An author can employ four varioustechniques to create a character:
    • 24. What is a Characterisation?The art of creating characters for a story bythe author is called characterisation.An author can employ four varioustechniques to create a character:(1) the character‘s words/speech/ thoughts
    • 25. What is a Characterisation?The art of creating characters for a story bythe author is called characterisation.An author can employ four varioustechniques to create a character:(1) the character‘s words/speech/ thoughts(2) the character‘s appearance
    • 26. What is a Characterisation?The art of creating characters for a story bythe author is called characterisation.An author can employ four varioustechniques to create a character:(1) the character‘s words/speech/ thoughts(2) the character‘s appearance(3) the character‘s actions
    • 27. What is a Characterisation?The art of creating characters for a story bythe author is called characterisation.An author can employ four varioustechniques to create a character:(1) the character‘s words/speech/ thoughts(2) the character‘s appearance(3) the character‘s actions(4) other people‘s thoughts about the character
    • 28. What is a Characterisation?The art of creating characters for a story bythe author is called characterisation.An author can employ four varioustechniques to create a character:(1) the character‘s words/speech/ thoughts(2) the character‘s appearance(3) the character‘s actions(4) other people‘s thoughts about the character
    • 29. Characters and Their Foils http://www.filmreference.com/Actors-and-Actresses-Ke-Le/Laurel-Stan-and-Oliver-Hardy.htmlA character who serves as acontrast to another character(normally the main character) iscalled a foil.In forming a contrast to themain character it emphasisesthe main character‘s traits.
    • 30. Major Character Types
    • 31. Major Character TypesA flat character is a simple onewhereas a round character representsa complex individual with manydifferent facettes in appearance, emotionand action.
    • 32. Major Character TypesA flat character is a simple onewhereas a round character representsa complex individual with manydifferent facettes in appearance, emotionand action.A static character does not changethroughout the novel, whereas adynamic character changes anddevelops during the progress of thestory.
    • 33. Major Character TypesA flat character is a simple onewhereas a round character representsa complex individual with manydifferent facettes in appearance, emotionand action.A static character does not changethroughout the novel, whereas adynamic character changes anddevelops during the progress of thestory.A transparent character is fullyexplained whereas an opaquecharacter remains mysterious to thereader.
    • 34. a Character? Can the Setting Behttps://sjsibsenglish12.wikispaces.com/Graveyard+and+Gravestones+by+Young+Ji
    • 35. Can the Setting Be a Character? https://sjsibsenglish12.wikispaces.com/Graveyard+and+Gravestones+by+Young+JiThe setting of a story is often morethan simply the time and place whenand where the story happens!
    • 36. Can the Setting Be a Character? https://sjsibsenglish12.wikispaces.com/Graveyard+and+Gravestones+by+Young+JiThe setting of a story is often morethan simply the time and place whenand where the story happens!Settings are locations for charactersin action. They provide a sceneryand an atmosphere charactersperceive and respond to. In thissense they can be regarded andanalysed as characters.
    • 37. What Arehttp://poshttp://www.cliffsnotes.com/study_guide/literature/ethan-frome/ character-map.html Character Constellations?

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