Student Name: _________________________________________ Hour: ______ Date: _________________ The Crucible CHARACTERIZATION By definition, characterization can be conveyed by when “the author directly states a character’s traits” or when the authors shows “a character’s personality through his words, actions, thoughts, feelings, words, and appearance or through another character’s observations and reactions,” (Prentice Hall R7). Static characters_ ________________________________________________________________________. Dynamic characters ______________________________________________________________________. Flat characters __________________________________________________________________________. Round characters ________________________________________________________________________. For each character listed below, place an “X” in the appropriate boxes. Remember a character can be both static and flat, dynamic and round, static and round, or dynamic and flat. CHARACTER (Listed in order of appearance) Reverend Parris Betty Parris Tituba Abigiail Williams Susanna Walcott Mrs. Ann Putnam Thomas Putnam Mercy Lewis Mary Warren STATIC DYNAMIC FLAT ROUND CONTINUED CHARACTER STATIC DYNAMIC FLAT ROUND (Listed in order of appearance) John Proctor Rebecca Nurse Giles Corey Reverend John Hale Elizabeth Proctor Francis Nurse Ezekiel Cheever Marshall Herrick Judge Hathorne Deputy Governor Danforth Sarah Good Hopkins Select five characters from the list above. On a separate sheet of paper, explain why you believe each of these characters is static or dynamic, round or flat. You must also identify the major type of conflict that this character faces throughout the play. Use complete sentences and evidence from the play to support your answers.