In this Periscope, I share all about the 4 contexts of character, including:
- What they are (Orphan, Wanderer, Warrior, Martyr)
- Where they fall in a story
- How they’re used in a story to help the Protagonist change
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Jennifer Blanchard is a bestselling author and screenwriter who translates woo-woo spiritual principles into practical life applications. She helps you to say "f*ck the how" so you can manifest whatever you want without worrying about how you'll do it. She is also the host of The AND Life podcast.
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2 Replies to “The 4 Contexts of Character”
thanks for opening my eyes to the concept of story structure when I saw your presentation 11/7/15. I found other info you dispensed to be interesting: like email lists. I have since Googled it, and I believe my novel falls into at least one of the concepts.
@Glenn You are so welcome. Glad the presentation was useful for you.