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Protagonist-the leading character, hero, or heroine of a drama or other literary work.
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I was doing a project on this book and I procrastinated until the end and it's due in two days (yeah I know procrastinating is bad...) so this saved me from having to reread the entire book again!
*cries happy tears*
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its like people read this book for fun
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