Character Archetypes

 <Protagonist’s Name> is a dynamic character. <His/Her/Their> archetype changes over the course of the <story/book/play>. At the beginning of the <book/play>, <she/he/they> <is/are> the archetypal <pick from this list>. This can be seen on page <#>, where the author writes:

<Copy a sentence, paragraph, or chunk of text from your book or play.>

But by page <#><Name of Protagonist> has begun to transform into the archetypal <pick from this list>.  <Explain what happened that triggers this transformation>.  Evidence of this is on page <#>:

<Copy the sentence, paragraph, or chunk of text from your story, book, or play.>

<Protagonist’s Name> is no longer the person who <describe one thing she/he/they did in the past>.

A reader <will recognize / might predict> that the turning point for <Protagonist’s Name> comes when <describe climax of the story, book, or play>. Page <#> encourages this <belief / prediction>:

<Copy the sentence, paragraph, or chunk of text from your story, book, or play.>

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