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What are flat, round, dynamic, and static characters? I have look on a bunch of websites and not one seems to have an answer.

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Notice the explanation of MAJOR CHARACTERS and MINOR CHARACTERS in this webpage.

Also, explore through the Contents on this webpage.

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