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Balancing A Character's Negative and Positive Dimensions

Apr 14, 2010

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eindianos: Great example with Yago
at Apr 14, 2010 - 6:22 AM
The example with Yago really helped me understand this much better. Simply playing a guitar or greeting Yago with "Dear" can make those negative/positive charges. Twisted, serial killer Hannibal Lecture now takes on a whole new light, full of positive charges-he's cultured, a connoisseur, smart, (and even those blue eyes) do it. And then there's Macbeth with all that guilt as a vicious murder. This was great! I really get it now.

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