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Character Archetypes

Character Archetypes
This is a summary of 12 archetypes as defined by Pearson and Mark in The Hero and Outlaw. Source for Image Writers Write offers the best writing courses in South Africa. To find out about Writers Write - How to write a book, or The Plain Language Programme - Writing courses for business, email news@writerswrite.co.za

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