Over the course of the book, this character learns how to make sense of the world, grows to accept the necessity of the circle of life, and becomes able to take on responsibility for the welfare of others.
A true friend and a good writer, this character offers no apologies for the way s/he lives and is practical about the realities of life, yet spares no effort to save the life of a friend.
Imaginative and dreamy, this character shows an early penchant for righting injustice. By the end of the book, however, this character seems to be more interested in the opposite sex than in righting the world's wrongs.
Although this character does several things to help others, s/he is actually quite selfish and only helps others when s/he will also benefit from the situation...
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