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Fifth Business Characters & Character Analysis

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Characters

Dunstan Ramsay (Dunstable Ramsay)

Dunstan Ramsay is a man dedicated to the search for meaning in life. He is a gentle and thoughtful man who believes in both fate and free will. He admires men like Boy Staunton, who use their free will to take what they want from life. However, Dunstan uses his own free will to accept the role which fate has provided him. Thus Dunstan believes in co-creating his future with fate, rather than trying to force life to give him what he desires. This philosophy serves him well, for by co-creating with fate, Dunstan achieves every one of his desires. He allows his natural temperament, along with fate, to guide him towards finding meaning in his life. After losing a leg and nearly his life on the battlefield, Dunstan does not become angry or bitter at fate. Instead, he finds the silver lining. For in...

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