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Absent Friends Character Analysis
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Absent Friends - Character Analysis
Paul is the husband of Diana in the play. His character is quite proud and he has many self-illusions about himself. He tells everyone that he beats everybody in squash everyday indicating that he is very haughty. He doesn't treat his wife well and always looks down on her making her feel bad and dumb. When he has an affair with Evelyn and he goes and meets her he doesn't even bother to make a good excuse to his wife, because he thinks that she is too dumb to realize that he doesn't like her and has love affairs with other women. He doesn't leave any opportunity to embarrass his wife like when she jokingly said that when he came to visit her and her sister he never really liked him only John, and Paul took it seriously and tried to put her down by saying that he never came to visit her anyway and it was always his sister he had fancied. Overall I don't think that Paul is a very likeable character and that he is too full of himself to consider and think about others especially someone so
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