Characterization, a method that an author chooses to develop his/her character, is a very important element in a story. In “Lamb to the Slaughter,” Roald Dahl, effectively develops the protagonist both directly and indirectly; however, the use of indirect characterization is more dominant because it reveals her actions and how she deals with her conflict, her words, and creating a dynamic character with her words, and her personality.
First, she seems like
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declaring that she was indeed independent, and was mature enough to make her own decisions based on what she thought was the best, not others.
Roald Dahl, developed the protagonist successfully in “Lamb to the Slaughter,” through a way that is important in this short story. Where indirect characterization is the most predominant in the protagonist’s actions, words, and how the author creates a convincing dynamic character, which reflects it in the body itself.