Character Analysis

10 Questions  I  By Timfields on September 20, 2009
A quiz on basic understanding of the concepts of character analysis.

  

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1.  When a story uses words such as, "I," "me," "my," or "we," it is being told in what perspective?
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2.  If a female character is portrayed with a strong face, conservative hairstyle, and heavy make-up, she is most likely a:
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3.  Which of the following describes a character who is speaking alone on stage, and addressing himself?
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4.  What is it called when a speaker addresses a silent audience and usually discusses his/her own personal thoughts or feelings?
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5.  Which is the easiest, and usually the first of three important aspects in analyzing a character, where you would describe the character's looks in order to make judgements about them.
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6.  One of the primary goals of an author is to help their story become great through the creation of memorable and/or relatable:
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7.  In order to understand a character's motivation, we should first take a look at which aspect of character analysis?
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8.  Which of these aspects of character analysis deals with what a character does or how they would act in certain situations?
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9.  When an author lets the audience listen in on characters in conversation, the literary term for their words is:
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10.  If a male character is portrayed with strong features, a mild temperament, and cool/neutral colors, he is most likely a:
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