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George doesn't really change much because he's the type who'll end up making someone else do things for him. Throughout the story George acts lazy and is tolerant about things which makes him a static character. George doesn't have many traits throughout the story which basically means he's also a flat character. He can be considered the protagonist and also an indirect character because in the passage George has the same negative feelings towards other people, he doesn't want to do anything. The indirect character trait from the passage would be when it says "Lydia bolted and ran. Instinctively George sprang after her. Outside in the hall with her door slammed he was laughing and she was crying and they both stood apalled at the other's reaction."
Lydia is also a character who doesn't really change in the story all she really worries about is the kids and the nursery. Lydia is a static character because she's the same throughout the story her only real worries were the kids and that wanted the nursery off. She doesn't have many traits as a round character would have which would make her a flat character. Lydia worries that the kids know so much about Africa and death. She falls under the protagonist category. The author gives Lydia more of a worried type of character because in the passage it states "You've got to tell Wendy and Peter not to read any more on Africa." " And lock the nursery for a few days until i get my nerves settled." "It's got to be locked, that's all there is to it."
The Psychologist just like George and Lydia doesn't really change much throughout the story because he isn't in the story that much. The Psychologist is also considered a static character because he doesn't change at all not even when George told him about the nursery, he wanted it closed and he also wanted the kids to go to him everyday. His main and probably only trait throughout the story was to shut down the nursery and wanting to see the kids everyday which really means he is a flat character. The Psychologist can be both the Protagonist and the Antagonist because he tries to help the kids out but doing that the kids will most likely not like the idea of the nursery getting hut down and having to see him everyday. The passage says "My dear George, a Psychologist never saw a fact in his life. He only hears about feelings and and vague things. This doesn't good i tell you. Trust my hurches and my instincts. I have a nose for something bad. This is very bad. My advice to you is to have the whole damn room torn down and your children brought to me everyday during the next year for treatment."
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