character sketch exercise

character sketch exercise - Character Sketch Questions...

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Character Sketch Questions Guide: You can use these questions to start generating a character. You don’t have to answer all of these questions nor are you limited to answer only these questions. Hopefully, as you keep fleshing out more details about your character, you’ll find that some questions are more relevant and necessary to answer than others. The goal is to figure out as many details as you can about your character’s life, so when you drop him/her into a situation you will know exactly how he/she will react. And then voila you have a short story! Have fun! What is the character’s name? What is the character’s age? What is the character’s gender? What is the character’s family like? -Mom/Dad? (Step) Brother/Sister? Pets? Children? Spouse? Grandparents? Anyone else in the family that they’re close to (cousins, aunts/uncles, niece/nephew, etc.)? -What is the character’s relationship like with each of these people? What is the character’s relationship like with his/her family in general? -What does this family look like? How have they influenced the life of your character?
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course LIT 341 taught by Professor Lisle during the Fall '10 term at Grand Valley State University.

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