on Jane Friedman site:
When most people think of villains as they are writing a novel, they think of evil, heartless characters who are out to destroy or conquer the world. While these types of villains can, at times, be amusing, they can also be one-dimensional and uninteresting.
A great villain should have complex motivations and evoke sympathy from readers. Here’s how to build one.
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