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Eve Ensler Writing Styles in Necessary Targets

Eve Ensler
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Character Arcs of Growth

A character arc charts the change that a character goes through in the course of a work of dramatic fiction. In Necessary Targets, many of the characters experience change in the form of growth—some more than others. First there is Azra, who is coaxed back into the world of the living after she is found lying in a hole in the ground that she calls her grave. This is a significant change for Azra, who had until that moment not felt that she had any reason to live.

The most dramatic growth is exemplified by Seada, who has created an imaginary world, because she could not face the fact that her husband and mother are gone, as is her baby. Seada's growth happens in a piercing moment when she hears Nuna recounting the truth of her life. In one clashing confrontation, all of Seada's...

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