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One way in which playwrights develop characters is through dialogue. Define dialogue. Then choose Alice or Humpty Dumpty from Alice in Wonderland. Analyze how the character is developed through dialogue. Describe the character and explain at least two pieces of dialogue that support your description.
(I chose Alice by the way.)

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    Ok, after the first page or two....Alice is becoming sensitive, avoiding confrontation, avoiding arguing, and Humpty is..... Did that dialoge help you develope who Alice was, and who Humpty is?

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