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World War Z Characters & Character Analysis

Max Brooks
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Characters

Narrator

The narrator of the story is a man who worked previously as a researcher for the United Nation's Postwar Commission, and was given the task of collecting information after the war, to provide a collection of factual data that could be used as a future reference for those looking into the apocalypse of the war. He is surprised, however, to find nearly half his work deleted from the final product, due to its nature of being too influenced by the "human factor." The narrator's boss tells him to go write a book, if he is so concerned with presenting the emotional side of the conflict and this novel is the result. As a narrator, he is factual, in that his questions to the characters of the novel show high levels of research. He is also honest, sometimes to the point of being brutal in his quest to write...

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