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- An "outer" character - who they appear to be to most other characters, and who they usually initially appear to the audience.
- An "inner" character - who the character is revealed to be behind closed doors.
Can be made to surprise the audience with a twist, to make An Aesop, as what was initially a subversion of a Dead Horse Trope, in an effort of Character Development, or simply for the aestheticism of contrast.
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