How do writers use direct characterization in a story?
A. by unveiling the thoughts and actions of the character
B. through the writer’s statements about the character
C. through the comments and reactions of other characters
D. by showing the character’s comments about himself or herself
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Ok, one second i would think it is D
I think its a.
Because a lot of the time in books a character is described in dialogue
thank you both (:
What do you think @Mr.Z
I would agree to A.
Ok, thank you for clearing that, um can i get a explanation? I am a little foggy on this still.
Because a "character’s comments about himself or herself" is just what the character thinks or says about themselves. It could be a lie.
Like if the protagonist (they're human for this example) says they are a dragon when in fact they're human.
"Unveiling the thoughts and actions of the character" covers all bases when it comes to a story.
The character's opinion and the fact of the story aren't always on the same level.
Oh, ok so i read that wrong, thank you so much for clearing up my confusion.