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Jake Harris Dr. Constance E. Holmes ENC 1102-78013 Mar. 2 nd , 2016 Connectable Characters Literature is rife with characters that are dear to every reader’s heart. The characters create a bridge between the reader and the story, all while going through the adventure. Most readers are pulled to characters because the reader finds characteristics, mannerisms, and tendencies in the character that they see in themselves. What makes a character connectable? There are literary terms that help, such as dynamic, round, flat, and static, but what do these terms mean and how do they correspond with how connectable a story’s beloved characters? Dynamic, round characters are more connectable than static. Flat characters. Dynamic, round characters are the most relatable characters. In literature, a dynamic character is a character that goes through a dramatic change throughout the story. This change shows the reader that the character has lessons he or she needs to learn and the imperfections he or she needs to work on, like the reader. In literature, a round
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