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Tricia MacFarland is the main protagonist and heroine of Stephen King's book The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon. In the novel, Tricia is shown as a
spoiled young girl who gets a chance to fight for herself and prove her worth when she gets lost in the woods one day during a family hiking trip. Tricia has to cope with primal human fears in the woods, she has to cope with lack of communication with humanity, and exposure, and predation. To make things worse for her, she is being pursued by a demonic beast named the Wendigo, or the God of the Lost. Tricia meets prophets from both God and the Wendigo, both of whom say no help can reach her. However, Tricia gets out of her week-long ordeal, which pushes her to the last of her strength. At the edge of the woods, which she reaches by sheer luck and will, she meets the Wendigo in disguise as a bear, which she throws her Walkman at. Her Walkman has been her sole source of communication with the News and humanity during her time lost. She ends in hospital with an oxygen tank and mask attached to her with her family round her.
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