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    Natalia Velez English II Honors October 9, 2015 Ms. Litos Direct vs Indirect Characterization Characterization is the process by which the writer reveals the personality of a character. Characterization is revealed through direct characterization and indirect characterization. Direct Characterization tells the audience what the personality of the character is. Indirect Characterization shows things that reveal the personality of a character. There are five different methods of indirect characterization (STEAL). Speech: What does the character say? How does the character speak? Thoughts: What is revealed through the character’s private thought s and feelings? Effects on others: What is revealed through the character’s effect on other people? How do other characters feel or behave in reaction to the character? Actions: What does the character do? How does the character behave? Looks: What does the character look like? How does the character dress? In the following I will show examples of indirect and direct characterization. Direct “He was ugly” “She is gorgeous” “There are two types of people in this world, the girl who stood quiet while being punished and the one loud guy that didn’t care whether or not he was wrong or right” Indirect “I don’t like the show that is showing but since the remote control is far from me I will continue to watch the show.” I am too lazy to get up to change the…

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    Have you ever seen a movie and noticed a character seems to be just like you? What similarities have you noticed? My character was Adam Banks from The Mighty Ducks. Here are several similarities between him and me. For example, Adam plays hockey, I played hockey and still do. He also plays for the best team in the league along with several of his friends. I played for a good team and since several of my friends tried out I knew some of my teammates like Adam did. Next, Adam was moved to another…

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    Joel Santos 10/13/15 Indirect Vs. Direct Characterization Indirect characterization is when the writer reveals information about a character and his personality through that character's thoughts, words, and actions, along with how other characters respond to that character, including what they think and say about him. Indirect characterization works its way around a character so you can figure out how the character is on your own. Direct characterization is when the writer makes direct…

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    “This town isn’t safe anymore…” Character creation is one of the most creative and fun parts about Larp, you can be whoever or whatever you want to be. Your character will go on adventures in the vast wastelands known as Greyfell, your character will meet other members of this town, and they’ll learn there back stories. Your character will become another part of you, your personally and creative mind will give life to this character. Costume design, backstory, and class selection will help you…

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    We have studied three short stories during this week. All three stories had one common factor of strong and impressive characters, and the character traits explained in the notes are well used and applied differently in each story. The story of “Rules of the Game” by Amy Tan is about a Chess prodigy who lived on Waverly Place in the Chinatown of San Francisco. Waverly Jong, is the major character in this story, she is the protagonist who self learned chess at a young age. Like the story tells,…

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    A detailed description of soil locations, textures and physio-chemical properties can be found in Sections 2.3.1(page 41) and 3.3.1(page 56). We selected four types of soils out of seven types of soils, namely MGA, KBA, TAA and DUA. Key soil characterisation of these four soils is summarised in Table 4.2. The reason why these four types of soils were chosen for this chapter was that they had distinct soil parameters in terms of total organic carbon (TOC), Fe oxide, Al oxide, pH which have been…

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    Chopin’s portrayal dissects human emotion, and more specifically Mrs. Mallard’s initial struggle with her husband’s death, and emotion that follows afterwards. Delving into the complexity of human psyche, Chopin constructs a world out of subtle imagery and raw emotion. By examining the story’s imagery and Mrs. Mallard’s personal reaction to the news of her husband’s death, we argue that Chopin uses an indirect characterisation of Mrs. Mallard to explain her feelings towards her husband’s death.…

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    Ken Kesey’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest is a novel which tells the story about how one man turns a power structured psychiatric hospital upside down with his anti-conformist ways. Kesey explores the dangers of conformity through his use of characterization. Aspects of characterisation are used to reflect the author’s views on social norms and how conformity can leave damaging effects on individuals. Kesey explores the effects repression and reflects his ideas on the natural world by…

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    INTRODUCTION ‘The Best Boots in the World’, written by Brian Caswell, is a short story about a young boy named Mikey and his ‘Lucky’ boots. Throughout the story the author used a variety of techniques including foreshadowing, stereotypes, and characterisation to develop the characters into believable beings. These techniques help to engage the audience in the story. Body paragraphs In the story ‘The Best Boots in the World’ the author uses a lot of techniques including stereotypical characters,…

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    generation. The decline of the American Dream is portrayed by Fitzgerald through his characterisation of the superficial personalities in the novel. This shallow nature of the upper class reflects the importance of having dreams. Moreover, these characters’ selfishness is portrayed to display their manipulation of the lower class’ hope in achieving their dreams. Nevertheless, the author also uses characterisation to criticise the immoral pursuit of dreams by examining the characters’ pursuit of…

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