Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules Characters

Jeff Kinney
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Greg Heffley

Greg is in middle school for the second year and he hopes that it will be a better experience than the last. At the beginning of the novel, the reader sees that Greg is still incredibly immature, lazy, and views people in terms of what he can get from them, or by association. He lacks the ability to have any empathy. This is especially true where Rowley is concerned, and his family members.

When Rowley returns from his summer vacation he is excited to tell Greg about the trip. Greg doesn't want to hear it because he finds it boring and doesn't understand why anyone would want to leave their house. He lacks the ability to see things through anyone else's eyes than his own.

Additionally, Greg is gullible. Many times Rodrick is able to pull pranks and tricks on Greg simply because Greg is willing to...

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