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Match each excerpt to the type of characterization it uses.

ivan dmitritch, a middle-class man who
lived with his family on an income of twelve
hundred a year and was very well satisfied
with his lot, sat down on the sofa after
supper and began reading the newspaper.

mr. bennett coolly observed: "from all that
i can collect by your manner of talking, you
must be two of the silliest girls in the country.
i have suspected it some time, but i am now
convinced." catherine was disconcerted, and
made no answer; but lydia, with perfect
indifference, continued to express her
admiration of captain carter.

atticus placed his fork beside his knife and
pushed his plate aside. “mr. cunningham
is basically a good man,” he said, “he just
has his blind spots along with the rest of us.”

-indirect characterization
-direct and indirect characterization
-direct characterization

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