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English 10 3 October 2011 Agenda I. Test I II. Complete Characterizations Class work III. Notes – Character Chart

Characterizations Use quotes to provide one characterization for each of the following characters: Mary Maloney, Patrick Maloney, Mama Johnson, Maggie, and Dee (Wangero). State whether the characterization is direct or indirect.

“Lamb to the Slaughter” – 316 “Everyday Use” - 77

1. Roald Dahl used indirect characterization when he wrote about Mary Maloney: “There was a slow smiling air about her, and about everything she did.” Mary is a happy, content person.

Characters and Characterizations Character – a story’s actor Character Traits – behaviors of a character Direct Characterization – an author states the character’s traits Indirect Characterization – an author reveals traits through a character’s appearance, dialogue, thoughts, and actions. Flat Character – one or two key personality traits Rounded Character – many personality traits Dynamic Character – changes in an important way Static Character – remains the same Stock Character – fits our notions of a “type”, like a policeman or a waitress.

Character – Notes Character Name

Flat

Round

Dynamic Static Stock

Traits (at least one)

Patrick Maloney ambitious, cowardly Mary Maloney Jack Noonan Sam, the grocer Mama Johnson Maggie Johnson Dee (Wangero) Hakim-a-Barber

Character – Notes Character Name

Flat

Round

Dynamic Static Stock

Traits (at least one)

Patrick Maloney

ambitious, cowardly

Mary Maloney

loving, impulsive, clever

Jack Noonan

caring, diligent

Sam, the grocer

helpful

Mama Johnson

simple, self-reliant

Maggie Johnson

shy, modest, selfconscious

Dee (Wangero)

selfish, overconfident

Hakim-a-Barber

friendly, supportive

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