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Intellectually is a genius, a mathematical genius. John is not a very social person, considering he is dellusional and has friends who aren't real. Throughout the novel he becomes friends with some people, but other than that he wasn't a very social person...
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Emotionally John is very unstable, he has a hard time coping with reality. Alicia is very femine and cares a lot for John. Alicia was one of John's students earlier on in the novel. She attempted to solve one of his math problems. She is a good student, and was very smart...
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