Writing And Literature: Direct/Indirect Characterization Quiz
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By LCSintervention | Last updated: Apr 2, 2020
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In writing and literature, the terms ‘direct’ and ‘indirect’ characterization refer to how a narrator describes a character and allows their personalities to unfold in front of you. Direct characterization is when the narrator outright tells you something about the character. In contrast, its indirect counterpart allows you to figure things out based on what the character says or does themselves. Do you know the difference? Let’s find out.