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How To Introduce The Protagonist — Shannan E. Johnson

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Writer/Instructor and Script Consultant Shannan E. Johnson (The Professional Pen): One of my favorite examples is using Scandal. We open up Scandal hearing from two other people talk about Olivia Pope [Kerry Washington], one of them is the trusted source.

Film Courage: How does a writer introduce a protagonist in a way that makes the viewer or reader want to follow that

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