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Wilson

Wilson is the central character in this graphic novel. He is a man who has never found any real direction in his life. As he ages, he becomes more interested in finding meaning in life and connecting with people. Because he has such an abrasive personality and is openly critical of others, Wilson is not a popular man. He actually loves his dog more than he likes people.

Wilson is critical of religion; he does not like modern technology; and, he is condescending of people who have non physical jobs. He also does not like people who work hard for a living and live in nice homes. Wilson has never had a job and claims he does not buy into the idea of the rat race. He is, perhaps, unintentionally cruel to people he meets on an everyday basis because he cannot help but tell them what he...

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