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Henry “Monty” Montague

Monty is the narrator of the story, Percy’s best friend, and Felicity’s brother. However, Monty’s relationships with others is strained due to rumors of his bisexuality (which are true) and his sarcastic and carefree attitude. Deep down, Monty cares for those around him, but struggles to put his feelings into words. This is shown most prominently with Percy, whom Monty loves but believes that Percy cannot love him back. Due to social stigmas (and pressure from his father), Monty initially believes that his love of men and women is unnatural. By the end of the novel, and after Percy tells Monty he loves him, Monty accepts who he is and moves on with his life away from his family and the nobility. He also comes to both understand and build respect for his sister, Felicity, once he realizes how resourceful and intelligent she...

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