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Bibi, I found your post on the “Static Character” very relevant to my research essay topic. When Nabo is mentioned, the second character that usually comes to mind is the angel, yet the “static” girl is never given the credit she deserves. She is always overlooked but many fail to realize she is a pivotal character to the plot. Although she remains silent throughout the story, it’s as if she is there to tell us that actions speak louder than words when she turns the gramophone and barks out Nabo’s name at the end of the story. She is a symbol for Nabo’s liveliness.

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