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A Dance with Dragons: A Song of Ice and Fire: Book Five Characters & Character Analysis

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Characters

Jon Snow

Jon Snow, Lord Commander of the 998th Lord Commander of the Night's Watch. He is also the bastard son of Eddward and an unknown woman believed to be a servant. Jon has recently been appointed the Lord Commander of the Night's Watch and is quite uncertain how to handle the power and responsibility thrust upon him. Jon often has prophetic dreams which are usually ended by the cawing of Mormont's raven.

Snow reluctantly partners with Melisandre although he does not trust her and her magic. In this book Jon struggles with loneliness since he he has sent away his two best friends so that they might be protected.

Jon's compassion may get the best of him when he foolishly saves the wildlings from certain doom. Although Black Castle is ill-equipped to fight, the addition of the wildlings only worsens the situation.

Jon, trying to find his way...

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