Miss Jean Brodie
She is an eccentric, egotistical, and idealistic lower-level teacher at the Marcia Blaine School for Girls in Edinburgh, Scotland.
He is killed one week before Armistice in 1918.
Good at math, likely to be angry, and with a red nose and fat legs, she is one of the Brodie set.
She is well known for her skills in swimming and gymnastics.
She teaches the Brodie set while Miss Brodie is off, apparently ill for two weeks.
She is one of the Brodie set, has excellent elocution and plans to be an actress.
Joyce Emily Hammond
She hopes, perhaps by virtue of having two first names, to become a member of Miss Brodie's set.
She teaches sewing at the Blaine School.
When changing Mr. Lowther's bed linens, she discovers a nightdress folded neatly...
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