you don’t know pain until you develop a crush on a minor character, said the entire les mis fandom about any character in the entire les mis fandom. They’re all background characters to the sewers and the churchmen
The Duchesse de Berry is a minor character in Karleen Koen's "Through a Glass Darkly". This arresting scene takes place at the Regent's palace the morning after a night of orgy. The princess is lying on a chair, snoring, her skirts pulled up.and sound asleep while a man performs cunninlingus on her. The description stops here, giving no justice to Berry's reputation of being such a great and tirerless lover !
Cameo characters are minor characters who only have a very small part to play in your story, usually to facilitate the plot or demonstrate some aspect of another, more major, character’s personality. If you’re a dedicated novelist, you’ll usually write a great deal of detail and back story about all your major characters, including history, ancestry, education, preferences, characteristics, what’s in their fridge and all that. But is that really necessary to that for every single character…
Image from Frank Bette Center for the Arts http://www.frankbettecenter.org/main-gallery.html Check out this awesome gallery during its reception on June 9th, 7-9PM. The theme is "Complementary Colors." "Blue vs orange, red vs Green, Purple vs yellow, compatible, lead character, minor character, colors, harmony, contrast, vibrant vs. dull."