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What is the difference between the protagonist and the antagonist of a story? The protagonist displays several personality traits as the story progresses, while the antagonist reveals only two traits. The protagonist is a character who changes throughout the story, while the antagonist remains the same. The protagonist is the main character of a story, while the antagonist opposes the protagonist. The protagonist participates in most of the story, while the antagonist appears only once or twice.

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  • The third one is correct, The protagonist is the main character of a story, while the antagonist opposes the protagonist. Pro means good, and the prefix ant- usually means opposite.
  • Answer:

    The protagonist is the main character of a story, while the antagonist opposes the protagonist.

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