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    Characterization is the process by which the writer reveals the personality of a character. In the short story ,“Passing” by Langston Hughes, the protagonist’s personality is described through an indirect self characterization. In fact, the author never directly tells the reader how to regard the protagonist but reveals his personality, step by step, through the long letter that he writes to his mother. In this letter Jack, the protagonist of the short story, recalls his past, describes the life

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    Algorithmic media have a kind of power, however this power largely remains invisible to the audience or user who instead interact with the information that the algorithm sorts and delivers. Instead where this power manifests and consolidates is on platforms that draw the attention of audiences and revolve around the role played by algorithms. Using institutional theory, automodernity, and the concept of algorithmic publics, we can start to map out a growing and potential field of research that attempts

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    Chinese Lit Ying Wang 16th December 2016 Characterization in Family by Pa Chin  Characterization is a literary device that is a step by step process wherein the aurhor introduces and then describes a character. The character can be described directly by the author or indirectly. Direct characterization is also called explicit characterization, which tells audience the personality of characters directly. Indirect characterization or implicit characterization shows characters’ appearance, thought process

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    anything to win over her heart, all to be the King and Queen of Illea. The Heir is a quality book in most of the elements chosen. In The Heir, Kiera Cass uses characterization and irony to show a quality plot and resolution to develop a disappointing ending. Kiera Cass uses characterization to show a quality plot. (Direct Characterization) “‘I told you, she’d be stubborn’” (Cass 15). This quotes shows that Eadlyn is stubborn. This shows a quality plot because, throughout the whole novel Eadlyn

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    Through indirect characterization the narrator explains he feels like an outcast from his family members. His mother is nothing like the ones through his sad thoughts and gives away that he is emotionally home alone. As the story continues he thinks about visiting his brother named Louis at the gym and hanging out with him as well even though his brother does not care about him. Upon his arrival at the gym he is stopped because he is not accepted due to his body build and appears weak to the members

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    Characterization Of Cin1

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    with significant homologies to proteins participating in Sc and Ca Pan1 pathways were identified {Wang, 2011 #5646}. Among them, an EH protein homologous to Sc Ede1 was selected for further analysis as Sc Ede1 is one of the key partners of Pan1. Characterization of the Cn Ede1 homolog and examination of its interaction with Cin1 will reveal whether Cin1 mediates the only endocytic pathway or there are additional endocytic pathways in Cn. In addition, to analyze if Cin1 and Ede1 affect protein trafficking

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    Shadman Raakin Ms. Brayer American Lit. 11 October 2017 Title In The Crucible, Arthur Miller uses the characterization of Abigail Williams, Thomas Putnam, and Governor Danforth, to show how people protect themselves during times of hysteria, which helps to continue the chaos that broke throughout Salem. Miller shows the importance of maintaining values and principles in order help end the chaos. Miller connects The Crucible with the events of the witch hunts from the 1690s where citizens

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    the plot. Through the use of theme, characterization and specific events, the author shows readers how Dr. Van Helsing effectively fits the role of Dracula’s most threatening adversary. One theme, or main message, that can be taken away from the novel is that sometimes superstition and religion are more powerful than scientific knowledge. Van Helsing is a professor who has acquired a large quantity of scientific knowledge. However, contrary

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    “Characterization” is the way an author reveals a character’s personality – the way they dress, the way they speak, and how they respond to different events. The author, Markus Zusak, characterizes Liesel in many different ways. “Liesel, naturally, was bathed in anxiety. There was no way she was getting into any bath, or into bed for that matter.” At first, the author characterizes her in a defensive way, she doesn’t get close or trust anyone because she was abandoned. “Trust was accumulated quickly

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    an older brother named Erik who liked to bully and intimidate Paul. Paul was always afraid of Erik, but he just couldn’t quite remember why. The only thing he did know, was to watch his back around Erik. Edward Bloor uses wonderful examples of characterization, and symbolizm, to display the theme

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