J. Alfred Prufrock: appears in The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
This character questions his own decisions throughout life, expressing melancholy for having lived so dully.
The Lady: appears in Portrait of a Lady
This character is older than the person who visits regularly, and makes the other uncomfortable.
The Man: appears in Portrait of a Lady
This individual visits with another character, despite feeling uncomfortable doing so, so as to maintain some social propriety.
Aunt Helen: appears in Aunt Helen
This character was a well-off individual whose death enables the servants to act freely on their passions.
Miss Nancy Ellicott: appears in Cousin Nancy
This character acts very modern, about which the older generation feels uncertain.
Mr. Apollinax: appears in Mr. Apollinax
This individual is a colorful character who leaves an impression, in contrast to more boring characters.
Old Man: appears in Gerontion
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