Suppose someone in a peer review group says this about a story's main character:

"He reminds me of my favorite cousin because he's always saying things that make other people laugh."

Which of these responses builds on the comment in a way that would help the writer?
I don't have a cousin like that. All of my cousins are much older than me, and boring.
He is a very likable character, especially when he takes time to cheer up his little sister.
Making other people laugh is not something that makes a character likable.
What does your cousin have to do with this story about two kids in Mexico?

1 Answer

  • Answer:

    the answer would be he is a vey likable character...


    this would help the writer because it focusses on something positive and the writer could also not have to stressed as much when they say the character is likable