Characters in texts are developed through what they say and do, and the language used to describe them. Voice means the tone of a narrative.
What is the name given to the process of creating a character in fiction?
What can an omniscient narrator witness?
Only things from their point of view
What is dialogue?
What the characters do
Where the characters are located
What the characters say
What is the effect of a first person narrator?
A clear point of view
The ability to see all characters
A sense of distance
Which narrative style usually creates more distance between the reader and characters?
What is the term used to describe the way a character changes throughout a text?
What character types contrast with predators?
What is important about contrasts and contradictions within a character?
It makes them more likeable
It makes the reader care about them
It makes them more realistic
What aspects of voice might reveal something about a narrator or character?
What should you always use when writing about characterisation?