Unformatted text preview: belief system) What are the dominant traits of the antagonist? How does the antagonist oppose or interfere with the progress of the protagonist? 7. Who are the other significant characters in the work, and what are their dominant characteristics and intentions. What do these characters represent, and in what ways do they help or oppose the main character? 8. What are the major and minor conflicts in the story, and how are they resolved? 9. Finally, what is the theme of the story? In other words, why did the author—not a 33B student forced to write by Meier-- bother to write? If you keep in mind that all authors are trying to “teach” the reader something, then you will understand the theme....
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- Spring '09
- Meier, main character, False protagonist