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Q: Which of the following BEST describes the characteristics of a round character? A. a simplistic character that is described more as a cliché or stereotype B. a character that remains the same
regardless of the plot's circumstances C. a realistic character that responds to the plot's conflict in a lifelike manner D. a character that experiences growth and change when exposed to conflict
A: A flat character is C. a character that remains the same regardless of the plot's circumstances. They are also called static or two dimensional characters.
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User: Which of the following BEST describes the characteristics of a round character? A. a simplistic character that is described more as a cliché or stereotype B. a character that remains the same regardless of the plot's circumstances C. a realistic character that responds to the plot's conflict in a lifelike manner D. a character that experiences growth and change when exposed to conflict

Weegy: A flat character is C. a character that remains the same regardless of the plot's circumstances. They are also called static or two dimensional characters.
smckee0174|Points 451|

User: Which sentence contains an example of a simile? A. "After the rains, it seemed as though the air had been washed clean and the rays of the sun looked like pure gold." B. "So bright were they, that they made even the sordid brick-walls of our Calcutta lanes radiant." C. "Since early dawn the wedding-pipes had been sounding, and at each burst of sound my own heart throbbed." D. "The wail of the tune, Bhairavi, seemed to intensify the pain I felt at the approaching separation."

Weegy: A. "After the rains, it seemed as though the air had been washed clean and the rays of the sun looked like pure gold."
darkbakshi|Points 706|

User: Which type of character development has the greatest influence on the plot of this story? A. the characters' relationships B. the physical descriptions of characters C. the characters' thoughts and feelings D. the speech and actions of the characters

Weegy: A
TLC|Points 60|

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