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Musings: "I'll Get Older, But Fictional Characters Stay My Age"

Yesterday, I came across a reel where the person in the reel reflected on how characters his age was off saving the world, and he was taking classes he wouldn’t even need in real life. Someone pointed out that the guy in the video would eventually grow up, but the ones in the book would stay frozen in their age.  How truly wild it was that we would get older, but when our children dusted off the books gathering dust in our libraries the characters, we had left behind would now be their age.  Over the years, I am guessing a lot of newly minted twelve year olds have found comfort in the redheaded Anne Shirley, and went on to grow up with her in her series. Growing up in the 90s, I was one of the kids who grew up with Harry Potter. It’s a special experience, I believe, getting to grow older with your favourite fictional characters. I am told by those who grew up with Percy Jackson, that they were thrilled they got to grow up with the characters of Camp Half-Blood. I’ve only read one of th

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