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A page for describing characters: don't call me ishmael ishmael leseurthe protagonist of the series, he starts out as an awkward and shy victim of bullying. Don't call me ishmael by michael gerard bauer michael gerard buaer, 2012, one of joe's photos that was cropped and adjusted slightly for the cover of the original. By the time ninth grade begins, ishmael leseur knows it won't be long before barry bagsley, the class bully, says, ishmael what kind of wussy-crap name is that. From ishmael's perspective it is the big night, no james scobie we are never going to win, never in a million years i carefully look to my right.
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