This character, an astute observer of other people, loves to make up phrases and stories, often at the annoyance of friends.
This character is an outsider who exhibits many insecurities about identity, though ultimately finds contentment through some unorthodox decisions.
This character spends much of the novel confident in his/her identity, but is ultimately unable to adjust to the drastic changes that occur in life.
This character, perhaps the most materialistic in the novel, is highly self-aware, yet seems to lack the ability to connect deeply with the other characters.
This character exhibits a strong preference for rural scenery rather than that of the urban sprawl, and while he/she remains aware of shortcomings, he/she clearly finds contentment by the novel's conclusion.
More than any other character this one actively seeks isolation and is...
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