Protagonists: Exceptions that Prove the Rule

Everyone who has taken an English class knows that every story has a protagonist. The audience lives the adventure through that main character. Sometimes, there seem to be exceptions, but when such a story works, it’s usually because the protagonist has taken a different form. Here’s an article about a popular film that seems to disobey the rule.

QueryTracker Blog: No protagonist? No problem! (but don’t try this at home).

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