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A struggle of some kind in a literary work
Conflict
The repetition of initial consonant sounds
Alliteration
The writer makes direct statements about the character in an effort to bring him or her to life
Direct Characterization
The writer "hints" to the characterizations of the characters through appearance, the way the character speaks, or the way other characters speak of them
Indirect Characterization
A conflict brought on by outside sources
External Conflict
A character whose moral qualities are too complex to be summed up in one or two traits
Round Character