February 24, 2017

Homework Help: English

Posted by Franco on Friday, January 7, 2011 at 10:26am.

Thank you very much for your suggestions. Here are some more sentences I'd like you to check.

1)The first-person narrator can coincide with a character in the story or the protagonist who recounts his life (also: who tells of/about his life, who narrates about his life ??).
2)The description of a character can be direct, if/when the character tells the reader of/about his own appearance and personality/talks about himself directly. (Are these verbs all possible??).
3)It can also be indirect, when/if the reader has (not: should?) to infer (not: comprehend, understand?) the character’s appearance and personality from his interactions with the other characters.
4)The description of a character can be divided into two types. A flat character is built around (on, upon?) a single psychological trait and his personality doesn’t develop in the course of the story (throughout the story, during the story, in the narrative frame: are they all possible?) .
5)On the other hand (on the contrary/in contrast? Are they all possible), a round characters changes his personality and can even influence the plot (can have an influence on the plot).

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