Ned Henry

Imagined AI depiction of Ned Henry from "To Say Nothing of the Dog" by Connie Willis, encapsulating the essence of this iconic archetype of {'value': 'Historian/Protagonist', 'rendered': 'Historian/Protagonist'} in the narrative.
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Ned Henry is a historian who is part of a time travel mission to the Victorian era. He is often portrayed as forgetful and has a tendency to stumble into awkward situations due to his time-travel-induced fatigue. Despite this, he is dedicated to his mission and possesses a sharp wit and determination that helps him navigate the challenges of time travel. Ned’s character development is marked by his growth in handling the complexities of time travel and his interactions with other characters, especially Verity Kindle.


[“I’m not crazy about time travel. I’ve always been in favor of sticking to the past.”,”Just because God’s given you a mission doesn’t mean He’s taken away your basic common sense.”,”I’m starting to feel decidedly deletorious.”]


Ned Henry is described as having disheveled brown hair, tired eyes, and a perpetually weary expression due to his frequent time-travel journeys.




Ned has a keen intellect and a knack for problem-solving, although his forgetfulness due to time travel fatigue sometimes hinders his progress.








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