What does a character want? --APEX
A character's motivation is something that propels inside of them, their personality.
Another definition is to wonder what makes people behave the way they do.
In a novel or play character motivation is concerned with explaining (in the work of literature itself) why the character act in the way they do: for example, Jim Doe hates Jane Doe in a novel, and the motivation (reason - as presented in the novel) is that at some time in the past he did her an injustice which she has not forgiven. Something that keeps them going.
Charactermotivation is used in literature when one character is in one mood and another is in a different mood. The characters will help each other, or motivate each other to changes moods for the better. Hope this helps!!!!!!
examples of character motivation are anything in a story that would influence the character to make a certain decision
Character motivation matters because it propels the plot
an important idea or refrain (apex)
The noun form is motivation (enthusiasm, encouragement).
The things characters want affect the actions they will take
Character motivation is when a person or character has a reason to enter or exit a scene
What does the character want?
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Discovering a character's motivation in literature is important because it helps readers understand the character better. This insight helps readers connect to the character better.
what makes the character act the way he or she does
symbols and motifs
the force of influence that drives a character to act
Convey the reason for the characters actions
We understand the character's actions better when we are privy to the motivations behind them.