To choose your three subtopics, you might simply select the three most important characterization aspects, such as personality, motivation, and author’s purpose. Many of the other aspects of character (previously listed) can be explained as part of the categories you choose. Another organization method for characters who are round and dynamic, you might consider a chronological organization pattern. Body paragraph one analyzes what type of person the character is in the beginning; paragraph two discusses how he or she is affected by the story’s events; paragraph three analyzes the resulting changes in the character as a whole. As always, weave your analysis of other important aspects of character into the subtopics wherever they naturally fit.