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  Encyclopedia :: Fictional character   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Some 18th and 19th century texts, on the other hand, represent characters' names by the use of a single letter and a long dash (this convention is also used for other proper nouns, such as place names).
Minor characters, or stock characters, are often the focus of this kind of analysis since they tend to rely more heavily on stereotypes than more central characters.
The protagonist (main character, sometimes known as the "hero" or the "heroine") of a novel is certain to be a round character; a minor, supporting character in the same novel may be a flat character.
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 Articles - Fictional character   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The opposite of a fictional character is a nonfictional character.
The protagonist (main character, sometimes known as the "hero" or the "heroine") of a traditional novel is certain to be a round character; a minor, supporting character in the same novel may be a flat character.
Some fictional characters are so famous that they can be referenced easily outside of the work from which they came, often because they have come to symbolize some archetype or ideal.
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Characters are almost always at the center of fictional texts, especially novels and plays.
Scarlett O'Hara, of "Gone With the Wind", is a good example of a round character, whereas her servant Prissy exemplifies the flat character.
Don Quixote (character from Miguel Cervantes' novel of the same name; he believed he was a chivalric knight; often used as a symbol of dedication to achieving one's goals in spite of all obstacles, especially including reality; source of adjective "quixotic")
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Anime is characterized by character and background styles which may be created by hand or may be assisted by computers.
Hercule Poirot (pronounced) is a fictional characterfictional character, the primary detective of Agatha Christie's novels.
From the Latin word agĂ„•re meaning "to do", this is precisely what acting is. In acting, an actor suppresses or augments aspects of their personality in order to reveal the actions and motivations of the fictional charactercharacter for particular moments in time.
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 Edgar Governo, Historian of Things That Never Were
The Unofficial Chronology to the Marvel Universe, written by Robert Wicks, is quite thorough, but it only deals with events up to the debut of the Fantastic Four, not covering the present or the future.
The Superman Timeline, compiled by David T. Chappell, is a list of major "Superman Events" that mixes actual dates and age references as one would expect in such a work.
Even relatively minor characters have their devotees, as is evidenced in The Blink Chronology by Allen William Dodson.
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 Fictional Footnotes and Indexes
Robert Teeter wrote me that "Apparently, Ben was concerned that if he didn't back up his play with historical proof, people would think he was writing an allegory advocating overthrow of the monarch(y)."
Surrounding that column of type are commentaries in voices both of related fictional characters and of unrelated historical figures.
Also, aside from the other articles listed, she did a four-page listing, "Fiction and Indexes," available to members of the Society of Indexers.
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Robert Wertheimer and his company Jonsworth Productions have, over the past three decades, been involved in more than 150 hours of television, and 20 Made-for-Television movies, and feature films.
Robert served as an Executive-in-charge-of-production for Paramount Television, where he was in charge of both Friday 13th - The Series, and War of the Worlds, the Series.
Here is a list of Hotels withing 4 miles of the Hilton Hotel.
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