Margo Roth Spiegelman

Margo Roth Spiegelman is the girl that the protagonist, Quentin Jacobsen, is in love with. At school, she the most popular girl that every guy has dreamed of. In the beginning of the story, Margo found out her boyfriend was cheating on her. In the middle of the night, Margo went to Quentin’s help to get revenge on her cheating boyfriend. They vandalized his car and his house, ruining his reputation. Margo is cool, self-centred, and mysterious.

Margo was always the “cool girl” at school, she always had an edgy attitude towards other students. Margo loved mysteries since when she was a child, so she is usually adventurous. Due to her love of mysteries, Margo was famous for leaving home constantly, she even travelled with the circus for one week because they thought she had potential on the trapeze. Margo’s cool and edgy attitude added with her good looks makes her the cool and popular girl at school.

Margo is cool and popular, but she is also very self-centred. Margo doesn’t really seem to care about anyone, even people who hang out with her. “That’s always seemed so ridiculous to me, that people would want to be around someone because they’re pretty. It’s like picking your breakfast cereals based on colour instead of taste.”(Green, 41). Margo always has her own opinion and rarely care about other ones. When others ask for Margo’s help, she doesn’t care at all. If Margo has problems, she expects people to help her.

Margo loves mysteries, so much that she became one. Margo left home constantly but she always left clues. She was always conflicted with herself, “It’s a paper town…all those paper people living in their paper houses, burning the future to stay warm…Everyone demented with the mania of owning things…I’ve lived here for eighteen years and I have never once in my life come across anyone who cares about anything that matters.” (Green, 63).

All in all, Margo Roth Spiegelman is cool, self-centred, and mysterious person. She is the popular girl at school, she doesn’t care about anyone, and she loves to run away from home.

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One Response to Margo Roth Spiegelman

  1. Soo Hwan says:

    Overall, this is a great post. I think it describes Margo in a very detailed fashion, with clear supporting evidence. However, I would like to mention that you never mentioned the book title and the author, and next time I hope the title will be more original. Anyways, good work!

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