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There are many ways to write a book it is all in the choice of the author who is writing the book The author can go crazy with his own books he can choose the different characters the different settings and also the different plots in the story Even though the author can have his own mind in his book there has to be meaningful reasons for hisher decision In Enders Game by Orson Scott Card Mr Card had a different style of writing that had a great impact on the story itself The characterization that the writer chose has a lot to do with the story itself In this book the author didnt have just one way of developing a character he had many different ways to develop a character One way was that the author told the reader about a character he would tell the reader what the character looked like or the kind of personality the character had Another way was that the writer makes the reader figure out a character by what the other characters said about the character This in my opinion is bad because this is the thought of other characters and not the thought of the reader itself Finally the author made the read know about the character by showing how the character reacted to a task This can be what the character does in each situation that he is given Another characteristic that Mr Card put in his novel is that he made the main character Andrew Ender Wiggin a dynamic character This meant that as the story went on there were changes in the way the main character thought and the actions he made to a situation In my opinion I think that the characterization was the best quality because it made the reader think a lot about the book itself by the characters The setting also plays an important role in writing a book
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