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    HI guys!!! I have a little question... I recently came across this expression: "Richly-drawn characters" and I have no earthly idea what that could possibly mean... Could you please help me?
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    Re: "richly-drawn"

    Characters whom the author describes in great detail or with considerable depth: in appearance and biography, with internal motivations and conflicts and so on.

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