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Question 1: He/she is often referred to as the "good guy." However, it is entirely possible for a story's protagonist to clearly be the villain of the piece, as is evident with characters like Vic Mackey (from ________) and Tony Soprano (The Sopranos).
David AcevedaThe ShieldHolland "Dutch" WagenbachLost (TV series)

Question 2: Such a character is called a ________.
False protagonistKingdom HeartsDeath NotePulp Fiction (film)

Question 3: Sometimes, a work will offer a particular character as the protagonist, only to dispose of that character unexpectedly, as a ________.
PoetryNovelLiterary techniqueLiterature

Question 4: Often, the protagonist in a ________ is also the same person as the focal character, though the two terms are distinct.
Narrative modeNarratorRhetorical modesNarrative

Question 5: Also the antagonist can sometimes actually be the hero, such as The Shield's Internal Affairs officers, and ________ agents and police officers from The Sopranos.
National Security AgencyDefense Intelligence AgencyFederal Bureau of InvestigationCentral Intelligence Agency

Question 6: In the ________, three actors played all of the main dramatic roles in a tragedy; the leading role was played by the protagonist, while the other roles were played by deuteragonist and the tritagonist.
SophoclesClassical AthensAeschylusTheatre of ancient Greece

Question 7: Marion in ________'s Psycho (1960) is a famous example.
North by NorthwestVertigo (film)Alfred HitchcockRear Window


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