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Characterization Process or technique by which an author develops characters
Direct Characterization Author or narrator tells readers what characters are like in the story Indirect Characterization Author allows readers to draw their own conclusions about characters
Character Motivation The reason behind a character’s actions
The Necklace by Guy Maupassant Setting – Paris, France Second half of the 19 th century At a time when birth determined a person’s class in society L’arc au soir—a Paris landmark (important place)
The Necklace by Guy Maupassant A view of Paris
The Necklace by Guy Maupassant Dresses women wore during the Victoria Era in France
Guy De Maupassant Published 1884 Maupassant was extremely successful during his lifetime and “The Necklace” was an instant success
The Five People You Meet In Heaven
Characterization in Literature Humorous Angry Compassionate Vengeful Sad Happy Lazy Energetic.
Characterization Notes. characterizationthe way a writer creates the personality of a character. When a writer will simply tell readers that a character.
Character Development Characterization. The way in which an author develops (reveals) a characters personality Two primary methods: – Direct – Indirect.
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PERSPECTIVE OR POINT OF VIEW LINK SPIRAL. Point of View The narrator is the character or voice that tells a story. Point of view refers to the perspective.
Whole Group Characterization Activity
Don’t mess with the ‘Stache Author Guy De Maupassant Published 1884 Maupassant was extremely successful during his lifetime and “The Necklace” was an.
The Necklace By: Guy de Maupassant
Characterization Direct and Indirect.
Standards Focus: Characterization
Characterization Characters are the people or animals in a story. The main character is the person at the center of the story. Example: Rikki-tikki-tavi.
The Necklace By, Guy de Maupassant.
The Necklace By Guy de Maupassant.
These are terms that apply to characterization, which is defined as: These are terms that apply to characterization, which is defined as: –the methods.
Story Elements: What Makes a Good Story?. What elements make a good story? setting protagonist antagonist characterization plot conflict exposition rising.
Characterization. Characterization: Characterization is the way in which authors convey information about their characters. Descriptions of a character's.
CharacterizationCharacterization. Characterization is the process the author uses to reveal the characters’ personalities. Characterization is the process.
Elements of a Short Story. Overview Short stories often contain structural and character elements that should be familiar to you. These elements can be.
Elements of a Story Ms. Walsh Elements of a Story: Setting – The time and place a story takes place. Characters – the people, animals or creatures in.
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