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Going Bovine Characters & Character Analysis

Libba Bray
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Characters

Cameron Smith.

Cameron Smith is an angry 16-year-old loner. His sister, Jenna, is a popular girl who has what Cameron doesn't seem to want: friends, popularity, and good grades. Cameron's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, have a distant relationship and Cameron can barely tolerate spending time with either of them. Cameron deals with his family issues by smoking pot and listening to Portuguese music by the Great Tremolo, an off-key singer with a ukulele.

Cameron finds out that he is suffering from Mad Cow disease and that his body will begin to fail on him shortly. After a visit from an unorthodox angel, Cameron undertakes a quest to save the universe and himself. After a long, psychedelic journey Cameron discovers his own strength, how to love and the meaning of life. In the end he dies with this knowledge and with a changed perspective on life.

Jenna Smith.

Jenna...

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