You see him at the liquor store.
You see him at the bus stop, trying to look at you without being seen. Who is he? He is a person.
In Sam Pink’s debut novel “Person,” a person walks around Chicago contemplating the possibility of starving to death on purpose. He has sex with his neighbor. He goes out to look for a job but just buys little plastic dogs from homeless people instead.
Who is the person? The person is you.