Character - This term is used by the author to identify any individual who plays any kind of role in any kind of narrative.
Reader - In the author's perspective, this is the person for whom a narrative's characters exists, and that every choice a writer makes must be made with this person in mind.
Storyteller/Writer - This is the process in the creation of a narrative that explores, understands, and defines the narrative's meaning by being aware, consciously or subconsciously, of the story's theme.
Protagonist - This term often refers to the hero or central person in a story who undergoes the most significant personal transformation and/or who plays the most active role in motivating/defining the action.
Antagonist - This person provides the opposition to the central person in a story and triggers the process of change they undergo.
Narrator - This is...
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