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    One particular criterion character effectively supports the central idea in “Rip Van Winkle” by Washington Irving. The character's type develops with the personality development throughout the story. Three types of characters: round, flat, and stock, appear in most stories. The round character displays a fully developed personality and full emotions. Flat characters, also known as supporting characters, do not develop fully or express complex emotions. A stock character, also known as a stereotype

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    epitomized the Victorian era with gothic elements, Byronic heroes, importance of society, and round and flat characters. One of the key elements to every novel is the round characters, often the "main" character. A round character is one that changes throughout his or her's life. They grow as a person through character. In the novel Jane Eyre, the title character, Jane Eyre, is the primary round character. As a child, Jane bottled up emotions, until they flowed over one day in her tenth year:"I am

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    ';(Chadwick 2) Hitler, a Nazi leader, wants to gain control of Germany and surrounding countries. Hitler is a feared name even in our society today. We see things through the narrator's eyes. The novel has many flat characters in it. However, some characters are more developed than others are. Each character has a connection to the narrator whether he/she is a friend, a neighbor, or a bully at school. This novel is unique to Hegi because of her background. She lives in a 'suburb of 'Dusseldorf'; before she

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    The only exception, characterization, is E.M. Forster’s concept of round and flat characters where flat characters are predictable because they are dominated by a single trait unlike round characters with multiple, sometimes conflicting traits dominating their personality. Filter, here, is used to denote what is commonly known as a character’s point of view. Narrator-characters are characters that function as characters and narrators or otherwise known as first person narrators. It is fascinating

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    social Science Fiction In Asimovs Work

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    science fiction is the term given to literature "which is concerned with the impact of scientific advance upon human beings."(1) It is to be set apart from the adventure or "gadget" science fiction which is characterized by simplistic plots and flat characters. Social science fiction is concerned with the problems presented to humanity by technology and science.This theme can be seen readily throughout many of Isaac Asimov's science fiction works. But, Mr. Asimov was not too concerned with the problems

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    Kurt Vonnegut - The Man and His Work

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    desire, what he implies is a universal need of all human beings, for some "soul-deep fun." He uses this term as a synonym for greatness. And this has lead to some nasty comments in fiction workshops about stories that I've written: complaints of flat characters, cartoonish plotlines, non-directed criticism, overall pessimism and over-sentimentality for all things lowbrow. Needless to say, sometimes I feel, to varying degrees of pretension, like Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. was born on November

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    The Character of Falstaff in Henry IV Part I In Henry IV Part I, Shakespeare presents a collection of traditional heroes. Hotspur’s laudable valor, King Henry’s militaristic reign, and Hal’s princely transformation echo the socially extolled values of the Elizabethean male. Molding themselves after societal standards, these flat characters contrast Sir John Falstaff’s round, spirited personality. Through Falstaff’s unorthodox behavior and flagrant disregard for cultural traditions, Shakespeare

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    helps you figure out what sharps or flats will occur in what k... ... middle of paper ... ...jor key as you learned from Pythagoras but there are also minor key to. In the picture, above with the circle of fourths and fifths the major key are written in brown and the minor key are in blue. The minor keys are A,E,B,F#,C#,G#,D#,A#,D,G,C,F,Bb,Eb,Ab. The minors are kind of just like the major, they both are keys and both have sharps and flats, one side has flats, the left side and the other has sharps

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    are two significant flat characters. The first is Paul’s teachers, and Paul’s father. A flat character possesses a minor role in a story; he or she has an effect on the main characters but remain the same throughout the story. Both can be stated about the teachers at Paul’s school, who clearly detested Paul, and his father, who is misunderstood due to two conflicting angles. A key piece of being a flat character is that they must assist in the development of the major characters. How did Paul’s teachers

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    Bret Harte’s “The Outcasts of Poker Flat” is a character-driven story about a group of banished citizens from the town of Poker Flat. The emphasis is not placed on the crimes they committed, which allows the reader to further sympathize with these characters without first making a judgment based upon morals. The protagonist, John Oakhurst, along with the company of outcasts, makes his way across a rugged mountain range towards the town of Sandy Bar. At the insistence of the rest of the group, which

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