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Character Scene Remember: A reader typically won’t care what happens in your writing if they don’t care who it happens to. For this scene, you will practice using characters who are dynamic, who draw the reader in and make them feel connected. Keep in mind our discussions over the last week – how “The Office” creates vibrant characters, what Anne Lamott has to say about characters, etc. Use and refine what you practiced in your Character Sketch. Choose a topic. You may use one of the topics suggested, or you may choose one of your own. Write a paper that demonstrates excellent character development in your writing. Remember to: Include all six aspects of characterization. Direct characterization may be used, but should be limited. Show, don’t tell. Create round characters. Although flat characters help the progression of stories, it’s the round characters with whom we identify. Try including a dynamic character. Unless the point of your story is to show someone who is
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2010 for the course ENGLISH CO ENGL106-10 taught by Professor Alainalett during the Spring '10 term at AIU Online.

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