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The Headless Cupid Characters & Character Analysis

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Characters

David Stanley

David Stanley is the protagonist in the story. David is an average eleven-year-old boy. David is exceptionally bright and mature for his age. David grew up fast when his mother died just over a year ago. It was clear to David at that point that he needed to help his father with the other children and with duties at home. David is also quite intelligent, which reflects on his father's profession as a college professor. Overall, David is a well-behaved boy who is respectful of his father and stepmother. It is also David's nature to be nurturing and protective of Janie, Tesser, and Blair.

David has the gift of premonition, which he inherited from his mother's side of the family. David does not talk about the gift very much but certainly knows when something is going to happen. The other children also have gifts, particularly Blair, who...

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