Storytelling and Style
Create a character, real or imagined, with a distinct manner of behaving or style of talking. Put this character in a situation where he or she plays a public role (the public persona shown to others) and contrast it with the character’s private persona (the real character when no one is watching). Narrate your episode or vignette in first person point of view (as in the Bambara story) or in third person point of view (as in the Parker story). 200-300 words, 1-2 paragraphs
You are creating a new character, not writing about a character in literature, movies, or TV.
The same character must possess different traits depending on setting. For instance, a CEO who is a tyrant at work, but can be bullied by his children (do not use this example – come up with your own). Account for the differences in behavior by providing solid motivations for the character.
I have attached a sample of what it should look like (see attached file).