“"Men have become tools of their tools. Henry David Thoreau."”— Jonathan Chavez in Chapter Twenty-Eight
Chavez comes off as a stern, but well-intentioned teacher when he is first introduced. While Jane is used to being favoured in academic contexts, Chavez imparts a more independent demeanor that is perhaps characteristic for graduate college, and teaches Jane to veer off the path of definitive answers.
He eventually, after receiving a text with Jane's various colourful nicknames for him, agrees to become Jane's advisor and later, by trickery, inspires her to harness her skill set when it comes to writing, inferring that Jane sometimes can be stuck in her own point of view.
- Published a book of short stories entitled 'Tennis Shorts'
- He is revealed to be the one responsible for throwing Wesley Masters out of the university for improper conduct.
- Has only seen his mother laugh twice in his life.
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