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    Have you ever made a choice that had a consequence? You will be informed about how these characters choices had consequences. In the first place, you will learn about how your choices always have consequences. Equally important is how dynamic characters affect the consequence of choice. Ultimately tone affects the way the reader reads the story. The characters in a story help me understand the consequence of choice by helping me learn from my mistakes and make sure I don't make the same ones. In

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    In the novel, The Stranger, the author, Albert Camus, creates a world of ironic dynamics between characters, while challenge the non-conformist protagonist, Meursault, to live in the same world aware of said dynamics. Camus introduces the readers to characters like Raymond Sintes and old Salamano, who live these ironic dynamics to a great extent. They both physically punish their problems: for Raymond it is his ungrateful-cheating prostitute, and for Salamano, his dilapidated spaniel. Despite their

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    One of the key elements in writing a dynamic character is to have them go through a change, either physically or mentally. They must go through a process that allows either themselves or the others around them to change their perception on them, or their life. Movies such as Finding Forrester develop these types of characters, as they are faced with a decision that will either develop their growth as a character, or emphasize how much of that character has remained the same throughout the story.

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    Hamlet is a dynamic and complex man and easily the most interesting character in Shakespeare’s play Hamlet, if not in all literature. In addition to his being the main character, he is the only one with frequent asides and soliloquies. These allow us to see not only the façade of madness he is putting on for Claudius and the rest of the royal court, but also get a glimpse into his true motivations and personality. Shakespeare has also left many aspects of Hamlet’s character up for debate. For

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    Character – A person, animal, or creature that takes part in the action of a story, play, or other literary work. Forrest Gump played by Tom Hanks is one of my favorite all time characters. I chose for stomp as my choice to illustrate the elements of character because he is the main character that takes part in the whole action of the story. Forrest Gump is child like, and innocent. His heart warming outlook on life is inspiring. Forest Gumps naïve way of thinking enables him to have no prejudice

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    true identities of these individuals. The main character, Emily Grierson, in the story “A Rose for Emily”, is portrayed as a dynamic character, an anti-hero in the story, and a mysterious citizen in the small town of Jefferson. Miss Emily was a dynamic character because she changed and became withdrawn from the people in her community over the course of the story. In the exposition, she is a prominent and active figure in her community. Her character changed as she encountered the tragedy of her father’s

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    the main character, Raskolnikov develop as a character and person. Raskolnikov is the dynamic character in the novel, who committed this heinous crime of murder. Throughout the course of the novel, he deals with the internal guilt of what he had done. He is slowly isolating himself from society. Further revealing that alienation and guilt are the main themes of the novel shown by Raskolnikov’s actions, words, and thoughts. Crime and punishment evolved through time with Rodya’s character. His name

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    After reading The City of Ember by Jeanne DuPrau, I have learned that Lina is a dynamic character. At the beginning of the book, Lina is selfish eventually, Lina becomes responsible and Lucky. These character traits were observed through Lina’s actions, dialogue, relationships, choices, and problems. The City of Ember connects to my life because when I was young I was also selfish.But then over time, I became more responsible and I am much luckier. According to the first few chapters

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    In Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman, Willy Loman, the protagonist, is an interesting character in how he is written. He is a static character who remains the same throughout the play. This is in contrast to other characters throughout the play, such as Biff, who changes his approach towards his father from earlier in his life to the present and end of the play. Willy is constantly deluding himself about his position in life- from how much money he makes, to how people view him (such as Charley

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    Static and Dynamic characters are different because static characters doesn’t change throughout the story. Dynamic characters go through change in the beginning of the story all the way to the very end. Dynamic Characters go through an important internal change during the story and novel. Static characters do not change their attitude, their outlook on life or their personal values. For example, Capricorn Anderson is and a Dynamic Character. This is why he is a Dynamic character in the story Schooled

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