Which fictional character would you like to be friends with?

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Which fictional character would you like to be friends with?

Gen 27, 11:59pm

Which fictional character would you like to be friends with?

Modificato: Gen 28, 5:19am

Can I have two fictional friends?

J R R Tolkien's Gandalf is one. A wise old chap, well read, well travelled, a citizen of the world rather than any one country, a font of knowledge when in expansive mood, passionate about justice yet gentle with it, a defender of the poor and weak who always tried to build the capacity of and give agency to others, fond of a pint and a pipe - sounds like good company to me.

A second one would be John Le Carre's George Smiley. Quiet, humble, caring, patient, determined, understated, self-deprecating, quite academic, very clever, not vindictive, taking a long term view, a flawed yet likeable character. I think I'd have enjoyed long conversations sitting by a cosy fire sipping single malt whisky with such a chap.

Gen 29, 5:31am

Amelia Peabody of the Egyptian series by Elizabeth Peters. I have been reading her books because I was planning a trip to Egypt and got back this past Monday. Now, I have seen some of the places described in the books.

Gen 29, 4:37pm

Stephanie Plum! (Actually, Lula and Grandma Mazur would probably come along, so win-win.)

Gen 30, 10:46am

Gen 30, 11:40am

Lisbeth Salander. I certainly wouldn't want to her enemy!

Gen 30, 12:25pm

Leopold Bloom

Gen 30, 11:05pm

Lolly Willowes

Gen 31, 3:32am

I want a challenge--Heathcliff! (Wuthering Heights)

Feb 1, 6:58am

>9 Tess_W: That would be a challenge.

Feb 2, 3:23pm

I always wanted to have a conversation with Atticus Finch.

I think Rhett Butler would have some good stories to tell, as would Walt Longmire.