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15. The rival or force against whom the major character is contending is called: (Points : 2) The protagonist A flat character An unreliable narrator The antagonist The narrator
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User: 15. The rival or force against whom the major character is contending is called: (Points : 2) The protagonist A flat character An unreliable narrator The antagonist The narrator

Weegy: Dunbar and Chesnutt were the two major writers of that period, both of whom used ... Protagonist; Stock character; ... [ The narrative types of the narrator; Unreliable; ]


User: 16. The protagonist of a work is: (Points : 2) The love interest The hero’s sidekick A supporting character The main character None of the above

Weegy: The protagonist of a work is: The main character.
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