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Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World Characters & Character Analysis

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Characters

The Narrator

The Narrator is the unnamed narrator and is also the protagonist and central figure in all of the action presented in the odd-numbered chapters of the novel. Like all characters in the novel, the Narrator is not named and is physically described in only the vaguest terms. He is thirty-five years old and apparently fairly average in most physical details, though he does seem to be in fairly athletic condition. He suffers from vertigo and appears to enjoy orderly and clean surroundings. He has basic interpersonal skills and rarely voices his own opinion, instead preferring to agree with the opinions of those he is with. He was once married but has been divorced for several years by the opening sequences of the novel. He enjoys drinking whiskey and beer and apparently has fairly frequent sexual trysts with strangers or prostitutes. He does not particularly seek to develop...

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