When an extreme introvert happens to be extremely talented.
In this analysis/interpretation of Haruka Nanase I want you to know how it feels to be Haru and what exactly makes him tick. Secondly, I want to challenge the notion of the so-called ‘(parental) abandonment’ and put it in a different light. My ultimate aim is to bring out the nuances behind Haruka’s personality.
So yeah, basically I’m just going to talk about the aspect of his personality that most people don’t seem to understand: his (extreme) introversion. How does it work and how do you live with it?