McTeague: A Story of San Francisco Character Descriptions

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Character Descriptions

Trina Sieppe (McTeague) - This character wins the lottery and becomes obsessed with scrimping and saving.

Mr. McTeague - This character, in the beginning of the novel is quiet, clumsy, and submissive and by the final chapter has maimed, stolen from, deserted, and murdered someone close.

Mr. McTeague's Alter-Ego - This character transforms into a completely different person, a beast, something inhumane and savage.

Trina's Alter-Ego - This character undergoes a radical change and becomes a money-hungry, cold-hearted person who cares for nothing and no one.

Mr. Sieppe - This character, playing a minor role in the novel, is a stern person, having come from a military background, and tolerates no insubordination of any kind, from family or anyone else.

Mrs. Sieppe - This character is of Swiss heritage, speaks with a thick Swiss accent, and is concerned first and foremost with the lives of the children...

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