The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

In addition to Mr. Dussel, which other set of characters could most be described as flat?

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Flat characters only have one or two predominating traits to them. One has to decide if there is enough shared about a character to give them dimension. Usually very minor characters tend to be flat. I'm not sure if I would say Mr. Dussel is entirely a flat character. Most of the characters have enough to them to make them round.