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A Wild Sheep Chase Characters & Character Analysis

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Characters

Main Character

The main character is an advertising professional whose life is the perfect example of mediocrity. Recently divorced, the man finds himself living day to day in a routine, not particularly caring about his surroundings, his job, or even his cat, who he never named. His new girlfriend is an ear model, who he sought after for her "exquisite" ears. He seems to genuinely care about her, but more so when her ears are displayed, indicating, as the book points out eventually, that his love for her is mostly due to her ears, which have special powers. The man's life has not been one of particular hardship or suffering, nor of any real consequence. He is nearly thirty with no children and no desire for children. His viewpoint of the world is highly selfish, in that his primary concern is that of himself and his needs and wants...

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A Wild Sheep Chase from BookRags and Gale's For Students Series. ©2005-2006 Thomson Gale, a part of the Thomson Corporation. All rights reserved.
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