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A Comparison of the Characters Lyra and Gaea

Summary: A comparison of two characters, Lyra from "The Golden Compass" by Philip Pullman and Gaea from "Anthem" by Ayn Rand.
Lyra is the main character of "The Golden Compass." She is a young girl around the age of 11 and she has lived most of her life in Oxford, at Jordan College. She has dark blond hair, and is somewhat unclean because she is always running around with Roger. Lyra is stubborn, adventurous, and always determined to get what she wants. She is very smart and clever and always seems to know just what to do in situations. She is very brave and has saved many lives. Lyra means a lot to a lot of different people. In Lyra's world, people have daemons, which are like externalized pieces of ones soul. Lyra's daemon is named Pantalaimon and she loves him dearly. Pantalaimon is always becoming a wildcat, or ermine. Some people in Lyra's world say that the shape of your daemon reflects on your personality. Lyra is kind of...

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