JadedInsomniac
  • JadedInsomniac
Which type of characterization occurs through dialogue in a play? actualization direct characterization indirect characterization personification
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katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Indirect Characterization.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Indirect characterization is when the narrator shows the reader something about the character through the character's actions, things the character says, or things other characters say. An example of direct characterization is when the narrator specifically tells us what a character is like.
anonymous
  • anonymous
So basically, indirect is where its NOT coming from the narrator. -graduated and I kinda know this stuff so yeah

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