Foundation's Edge Characters

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Golan Trevize

The novel's protagonist, Golan Trevize is a brash, glowering, indiscreet 32-year-old freshman Councilman on Terminus. He is black-haired, tall, walks with his thumbs hitched into the sash that he habitually wears, showing a subtle rebellion. Trevize lives alone in the Flexner neighborhood since Flavella, his latest house mate, leaves, growing weary of Trevize's erratic public life. Trevize is the nephew of the First Foundation's Commissioner of Transportation, which helps him get his start in politics. After college, he completes two years' service in the First Foundation Navy as a lieutenant, gaining navigational skills that become important during his flight to exile.

As the novel begins, Trevize objects to the limitation of free speech by Mayor Harla Branno, is arrested for treason, gently interrogated by Director of Security Liono Kodell, purely to obtain a voice recording of him admitting that he believes in the Seldon Plan, and exiled...

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