Fictional characters are portrayed through the characters’ actions
Fictional characters are portrayed through the characters’ actions and reactions as well as other characters’ actions and reactions to them, by the way they appear, by what they say, by what they do, and by what others say about them.
A character analysis presents the reader with a critical view of a dynamic character, and evidence to support your view must come from the work itself.
Choose a character from Euripides Bacchae and, providing textual evidence, argue for an interpretation of that character. What sort of person are they? What are their motivations? Then, once you argue for this interpretation, briefly explain why your interpretation matters to the overall story. Why does this character need to be who they are for the purposes of the story? How does the story shape that character?