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- Flat and static characters are equated. They are the characters who do not change in a narrative; in other words, they remain the same from beginning to end and are often stereotypical.
- Round/dynamic characters are those characters who undergo a change, be it physical, psychological, emotional, or all of these. [Ekels, obviously] Usually these are the main characters--protagonists or antagonists.
So, all you need to do for the answer to your question is skim through the story again and find who fits these descriptions.
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