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History[ edit ] The term characterization was introduced in the 19th century. Direct or explicit characterization The author literally tells the audience what a character is like. This may be done via the narratoranother character or by the character themselves.
Indirect or implicit characterization The audience must infer for themselves what the character is like through the character's thoughts, actions, speech choice of words, manner of speakingphysical appearance, mannerisms and interaction with other characters, including other characters' reactions to that particular person.
In drama[ edit ] Characters in theater, television, and film differ from those in novels in that an actor may interpret the writer's description and dialogue in their own unique way to add new layers and depth to a character. This can be seen when critics compare, for example, the 'Lady Macbeths' or 'Heathcliffs' of different actors.
Another major difference in drama is that it is not possible to 'go inside the character's head' in the way possible in a novel, meaning this method of character exposition is unavailable. Still another is that in drama, a character usually can be seen and heard and need not be described. Character archetypes[ edit ] The psychologist Carl Jung identified twelve primary 'original patterns' of the human psyche.
He believed that these reside in the collective subconscious of people across cultural and political boundaries. These twelve archetypes are often cited in fictional characters. Jung's twelve archetypes are: A character's voice is his or her manner of speech.
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For example, some characters are talkative, others taciturn. In theory, a reader should be able to identify which character is speaking simply from the way he or she talks. The character will have other interests or personality quirks as well.
Considering the degree of formality in spoken language is also useful. Characters who spend a lot of their lives in a more formal setting often use a more formal language all the time, while others never do. The speaking is how his or her essential personality leaks out for the world to see; it is not the sum total of his or her personality.I learned more about writing novels from this $ book than I learned in a famous MFA genre fiction writing program.
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Fiction is a general term used to describe an imaginative work of prose, either a novel, short story, or novella. Recently, this definition has been modified to include both nonfiction works that contain imaginative elements, like Midnight in the Garden Of Good and Evil by John Berendt (Random House, ) and Dutch by Edmund Morris [ ].
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