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Flat characters are okay.

There I said it! Not everyone has to be well-rounded!

E.M Forster outlines the difference between flat and round characters in Aspects of the Novel. He suggests that a rounded character is fully realised and multidimensional. A flat character is well, flatter. They are given less detail and don’t have as much complexity as a round…

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