Dean seems to be very important to the narrator- he even gets to a point where he compares dean to a long lost brother. He feels that they are very different- but that’s why he admires Dean. Dean is more reckless than he is, but smart enough not to do much damage. He bags girls, he is charming, and he has adventures – which sal doesn’t have. He feels his life is dull- not like before when he felt it was interesting. He enjoys deans tales, and I feel as though he almost lives vicariously through Dean.
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