Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy Characters

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Bridget Jones

Bridget Jones is the narrator and principal protagonist in the novel Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy by Helen Fielding. At thirty-five years old, Bridget is a widow with two children, Billy and Mabel. Her husband Mark, a high-profile human rights attorney, was killed several years before. Since that time, Bridget has focused on her family rather than herself. She has gained considerable weight and has had no romantic life. Bridget’s best friends, Talitha, Tom, and Jude, try to change this by encouraging her to get in shape and get online.

Over the course of a year, Bridget gets in shape and gets back out into the dating world. She ends up dating twenty-nine year-old Roxster, but the relationship doesn’t work out. Bridget also becomes a screenwriter, though the job doesn’t work out the way she wants it to. Additionally, Bridget expands her circle...

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