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A Girl of the Limberlost by Gene Stratton-Porter (excerpt) That ended her difficulty. She had known him since childhood. When she sat on the front bench of the Brushwood schoolhouse, Pete had been one of the big boys at the back of the room. He had been rough and wild, but she never had been afraid of him, and often he had given her pretty things from the swamp. "What luck!" she cried. "I promised mother I would not go inside the swamp alone, and will you look at the cocoons I've found! There are more just screaming for me to come get them, because the leaves will fall with the first frost, and then the jays and crows will begin to tear them open. I haven't much time, since I'm going to school. You will go with me, Pete! Please say yes! Just a little way!" "What are those things?" asked the man, his keen black eyes staring at her. "They are the cases these big caterpillars spin for winter, and in the spring they come out great night moths, and I can sell them. Oh, Pete, I can sell them for enough to take me through high school and dress me so like the others that I don't look different, and if I have very good luck I can save some for college. Pete, please go with me?"
Do you know the difference between a flat and round character?
more details and less details about a character? @sasabina123
Basically, here is a definition.... "characters as described by the course of their development in a work of literature. Flat characters are two-dimensional in that they are relatively uncomplicated and do not change throughout the course of a work. By contrast, round characters are complex and undergo development, sometimes sufficiently to surprise the reader"
So did she change in the story?
no i dont think so
I don't think so either, therefore she would be a flat character
and is she an antagonist or a protagonist?
i wanna say antagonist
Would she be the main character in the story?
So a protagonist is the main character in a story, the antagonist could be the mom who is stopping her from going to the swamp or Pete who might say no to going with her.
Well, we established that she would probably be a flat character and protagonist, so it would be A.
ohh okay i see now
wait it was wrong?
Then that would mean that she did change in the story right? I'm sorry I didn't notice a change.