He is one of the original members of the Oxford set, probably in his mid-fifties. Unlike his fellow classmates, he comes from a humble lower-class background, and his upper-class friends are not only impressed with his frugal, ascetic lifestyle, but also with his brilliant ideas and Marxist philosophy.
Physically large and imposing, his true character is seemingly at odds with his bear-like outward appearance. He is portrayed as a man tortured by his obsession with his wife and her lover.
Jean Kowitz Cambus
She is the beautiful, forty-ish daughter of a wealthy Jewish industrialist and the wife of a member of the Brotherhood.
He is a member of the Brotherhood and probably the most outwardly attractive of the group. First impressions of him would lead to the conclusion that he is equally a man of inner emotional and personal integrity. Instead, the...
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