Miss Pym - This character waits on Clarissa at the floral shop.
Sir William Bradshaw - Although he immediately grasps the gravity and nature of Septimus' condition, he is nevertheless an unlikable character.
Lady Bruton - She is a woman of strong character, active in public and political life, who always uses her influence in matters about which she feels strongly.
Daisy - She is referred to in passing as the woman whom Peter Walsh is to marry.
Clarissa Dalloway - She is the principal character of the novel since it is her party that gives definition to the narrative and her point of view dominates the book.
Elizabeth Dalloway - She is just coming of age, and she is somewhat in the thrall of her history tutor.
Richard Dalloway - He is a politician and member of Parliament and the Conservative Party, demonstrating his relative social...
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