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Which "Hamilton" Character Are You?
The man who wrote (like he's running out of time) a few notes at the beginning of the song that became the symphony of America. As an immigrant and orphan who couldn't seem to die, you positioned yourself to rise up. To you, we raise a glass to freedom.
Sir, love doesn't discriminate between the sinners and the saints. You were willing to wait for it, but never made it to the room where it happened. Blaming your oldest frenemy, Hamilton, makes you forever known as "the damn fool that shot him."
First Hamilton comes for you, then Burr. It's such a blunder that sometimes it makes you wonder why you even bring the thunder. But in the end, you get Hamilton on your side. Well, I'll be damned.
Here comes the general! You went from outnumbered and outmanned to victorious with your right hand man. History had its eyes on you and the nation learned to move on as you took your well-deserved moment in the shade.
As the immigrant that was unafraid to step in, it's easy to see how you became America's favorite fighting Frenchman!
We have never met anyone as trusting or as kind. History is thankful you put yourself back in the narrative and lived on to tell your husband's story.
Men may think you're intense or insane, but there was one who knew you were just never satisfied. And being the good sister that you are, "my dearest Angelica," you never will be.
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