Definitions of a “round character”

Devise a clear thesis that makes an argument based on specific details from the story that specifically support and develop your thesis. Do not discuss the author or the author’s biography. This information is not relevant for any of the topics and including it will result in a lower grade. Although you do need, of course, to clearly introduce the story by title and mention the author’s name, following that you will need to get right to the argument about the story you are presenting and to the evidence taken directly from the story that supports that argument.

Topic:
Definitions of a “round character” often include the idea that a round character is one who undergoes some change or transformation during the course of a story. As presented, do you think that Bernice in “Bernice Bobs her Hair” and Polly in “Love is a Fallacy” should be considered round characters according to that criterion of undergoing a change during the course of the story?

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