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  1. 1. “Marigolds” Character
  2. 2. Major and minor characters • Major character: Lizabeth • Minor characters: MS. Lottie and Lizabeth’s father How Are the Characters Created The Characters are created by their Appearance, Private thoughts and Action
  3. 3. Who is the Protagonist/Antagonist • Protagonist: Lizabeth • Antagonist: Ms.Lottie
  4. 4. What types of characterization are used to create the characters • Lizabeth: direct/indirect Characterization • Ms.Lottie: indirect Characterization
  5. 5. Who are subordinate characters • Lizabeth’s Father & Mother What influence do they have on our understanding of mian characters Lizabeth became mad after she saw her dad cry because of the loss of his job. The poverty of his family
  6. 6. Are the characters static or dynamic • Lizabeth: dynamic • She was child with simple thoughts and innocence before she destroyed the marigolds. She became more mature with compassion after she understand the situation of her family.