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Monday, April 8, 2013

Character Change

"The protagonist of a play," says the great Maxwell Anderson,  "cannot be a perfect person. If he were, he could not improve, and he must come out at the end of the play a more admirable human being than he went in." I could not agree more. Isn't the purpose of any story worth being told to show how the protagonist learns to overcome his flaws and become a more decent human being?

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