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Is there always both an antagonist and protagonist in a story or can there just be a protagonist. The book that I'm talking about is New shoes for Sylvia and I only think there is a protagonist

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    Yes, there need to be both the protagonist and the antagonist. Otherwise, there wouldn't be much of a story!

    The antagonist might, however, not necessarily be a person.

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