Writing Prompt: Offstage Character

What can indirect evidence of a person’s existence such as tweets, a Facebook page, or texts tell us about a character?  What conclusions can we draw when describing that character?  Is our social media presence a true representation of who we are? How can that complicate how you reveal the character?

Week 8 Describe an offstage character


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