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In the book The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams the Earth evaporates Thats how it all started Arthur Dent is now the last earthling in the universe due to the untimely evaporation of the Earth His long time friend Ford Perfect who saved him is an alien He is thrown into a series of events which throw his whole life off course He eventually reaches the planet Magrathea the most improbable planet in the universe along with his odd crew of three aliens two mice and a depressed robotArthur Dent is in no doubt a protagonist with a feckless hero type image In multiple occasions he has shown this type of attitude and behavior seen in a more humorous way than seen before in books Despite the fact that his planet has been destroyed he has kept his relatively lively attitude towards others even though changed from a lively yet rational man to just a lively man One odd moment in his life was when Ford Perfect told him what The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy said about earthlings mostly harmless Whenever the book gets to a dull and pointless part in the book Arthur Dent always seems to lighten the mood whether it is a joke or an inhumane act which shows his current lack of sanity or brainpower for the moment There was one mind-blowing event in which the book described the aftershock of Arthur Dent as temporary amnesia of sanity This information which has causes such a shock was that mice were hyper intelligent beings that are actually using the human scientists as test subjects Arthur Dent is despite his small mental instability due to the evaporation of his planet a hero in the book For instance he managed to turn two homicidal nuclear missiles into a sperm whale and a pot of flowers Depending on a persons point of view Arthur Dent is a hero In my opinion
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