Chance and Chauncey Gardiner
Very little is known about this character's past. This character learns how to handle new situations with grace and dignity by watching television.
This character is married to a wealthy and influential financier.
This foreign character suggests that diplomats and businessmen need to connect more often. He is extremely manipulative, cruel, and sneaky.
The President of the United States
This powerful character mentions someone's name during a speech on the economy. Later in the story, this character is obsessed with finding out more about this person.
The Old Man
The home in which the main character has always lived is owned by this character.
During the course of the novel, this wealthy financier's health deteriorates.
This character is an attorney who is in charge of a late person's estate.
This character is the Chief of...
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