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Characterization
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Characterization

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  • 1. Characterization andRite of Passage
  • 2. Characterization
    The process of conveying information about a characters in works of fiction.
    The display of character traits
  • 3. Character traits the reader may find in a work
  • 4. How Traits are presented
  • 5. Types of Characterization
  • 6. Examples of characterization
    Direct Characterization
    Taylor is a nice and caring person.
    Mrs. Millar is a very dramatic person.
    Indirect Characterization
    Taylor spent three hours last night after school working as a tutor for middle schoolers
    The students were amazed at the wild costumes Mrs. Millar would wear and the way she breaks out in song in the middle of the class.
    Telling
    Showing
  • 7. Rite of Passage:
    In literature, a story in which a character goes from youth and immaturity to adulthood.
    This is usually accomplished through an intense physical or mental trial or through a symbolic ritual and may occur in a span of a moment or over months.

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