Characterisation

IB English B: Characterisation

The distinction between the concepts of character and characterisation is not one which occurs naturally to students in my experience. As "innocent" readers, for the most part, they simply involve themselves in the story and accept the characters as given - as "real", in a sense. This is fine, and such direct acceptance of the world of a novel is fundamental to good reading.But beyond direct primary response, we surely...


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