Characterisation: A Values Profile

IB English A: Language & Literature: Characterisation: A Values Profile

Everyone who reads will have favourite characters, memorable figures such as Jay Gatsby, Othello, Miss Havisham, Harry ‘Rabbit’ Angstrom, and Elizabeth Bennett, who populate works of literary fiction or drama. Characters are the persons (most frequently) who inhabit fictional worlds, and are understood by readers to have certain moral, intellectual, and emotional qualities, often inferred from what they say...


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