Boxers Part 2

Boxers Part 2

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  • Today we are going to talk about how characters in stories are presented. Characters keep the story moving, and stories should have well-developed characters.
  • How can characters be presented in text?
  • Good question! A book such as Boxers, has a range of characters. We see change through Bao when he and his brothers change into the Gods. Also, with Mei-Wen and her sisters changing into the Goddesses.
  • I found it interesting that little designs in the characters, such as their nose or eyes match up with the brothers and their God, or the sisters and their goddess.
  • Good catch! Little things like facial expressions or nose shapes can define character as well. I think that's one of the stronger points in the section from Boxers. The characters in the book are strong, and it shows through each page.
  • I can tell through the book. Boxers has strong characters and that's important for any kind of story. Though through graphic novels, I can understand how character can be shaped from just facial expressions and character design as a whole.
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