Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid Characters

Jeff Kinney
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Rowley Jefferson

Rowley is the narrator and main character of the novel. Rowley is an honorable narrator, but he is immature and not entirely trustworthy. While he makes an effort to be honest, he often has a skewed perspective. The main example is how he feels about Greg. Rowley considers Greg his best friend, despite the fact that Greg does not act like a friend. The reader will recognize situations in which Greg takes advantage of Rowley or is outright mean to Rowley, but Rowley explains most of those away. These situations are examples of Rowley's perspective, which is not always reliable, even though Rowley considers himself to be telling the truth.

Rowley is far more conscientious and thoughtful than Greg. As the novel opens, Rowley explains that Greg is his best friend though he does not say that to his father for fear of hurting his father's feelings...

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