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In literary devices, it means a second support actor, the second main character, or a character having secondary importance following the protagonist. In narratives, he stands by the protagonist or supports actively participating in different activities with him. However, he could go against the protagonist in some circumstances which point to the independence of this character.In the Grecian plays that survived the ravages of time, he is one among the three main Grecian actors with two others; protagonist and tritagonist. For example, Jocasta in Oedipus Rex is a deuteragonist, while the Shepherd or the Messenger, too are the supporting actors.




Literary Devices In A Scandal In Bohemia



From The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest HemingwayThe door of the house where the boy lived was unlocked and he opened it and walked in quietly with his bare feet. The boy was asleep on a cot in the first room and the old man could see him clearly with the light that came in from the dying moon. He took hold of one foot gently and held it until the boy woke and turned and looked at him. The old man nodded and the boy took his trousers from the chair by the bed and, sitting on the bed, pulled them on.This passage occurs in the popular novel of Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea. Hemingway has clearly shown the boy working for the old man, Santiago, and Santiago taking care of him as he is his son or the closest person on the terrace. He goes to wake him up to assist him in taking the gear to his skiff. Only a deuteragonist could do and support in such as Manolin, the boy does for Santiago.Function of Deuteragonistif(typeof ez_ad_units!='undefined')ez_ad_units.push([[580,400],'literarydevices_net-medrectangle-4','ezslot_3',607,'0','0']);__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-literarydevices_net-medrectangle-4-0');In stories and novels, a deuteragonist is an important character. He proves a foil to the hero or the protagonist if the novelist or the writer wants to paint a real and good picture of the hero as a human being having good qualities with some flaws. A deuteragonist not only corrects the mistakes of the protagonist but also advises him when he is in trouble, or he faces some issue. He also serves as a foil to show the readers the difference that they could understand between different characters. It could be that sometimes a protagonist is an anti-hero or the writer wants to show some anti-hero as a protagonist, then the deuteragonist enters the stage to show another side of a good character in contrast to that anti-hero. Yet, sometimes, writers do not create any such characters at all.


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The following analysis is a study of the romantic and sexual coding present in the Granada adaptation of Sherlock Holmes, which run from 1984 to 1994. This entry is dedicated to the episode A Scandal In Bohemia.Read the introductory entry for general information regarding the analysis and the literary devices explored: Romantic and sexual coding in Sherlock Holmes (1984).


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