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Click to edit Master subtitle style 6/9/11 Dramatic Characters
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6/9/11 Extraordinary Characters Fill Prestigious Roles Represent men and women at their best or worst Men and women at the outer limits of human capability and endurance Have exceptional personalities or achievements Some characters are mixtures of extreme virtues and extreme vice
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6/9/11 Types of Characters Representative or Quintessential Characters Embodies an entire group of people (e.g. upset housewife, feuding couple)
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6/9/11 Types of Characters Stock Characters You will see this character over and over again (e.g. bully, flirt) The names may change, but their station in life is known to the public
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6/9/11 Types of Characters Nonhuman Characters Still engage in human behaviors
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6/9/11 Using Dramatic Characters Effectively Juxtaposition of characters Protagonist and Antagonist Contrasting Characters Contrasting characters are set beside one another in deliberate contrast Smart/dumb neat/messy brave/cowarldy young/old calm/anxious
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This note was uploaded on 06/09/2011 for the course THR 100 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '11 term at University of Alabama at Birmingham.

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