James Bond - He thrives on danger, and he is ill-suited to a life without it. When his boss sends him to Shrublands for a natural health cure, the reader for the first time sees that he could, in fact, adapt to a normal life.
Ernst Stavro Blofeld - He is characterized as a very cold man. When he kills, it is not in the heat of anger. Instead, it is through cold calculation. In this way, he exists as a foil to Bond's character.
Emilio Largo - He is described as handsome and attractive to women. Still, his nose is hooked, and his air is over-slick. He is clearly an oily character.
Dominetta Vitali (Domino) - She fits into the archetype of the prostitute with the heart of gold. She sells her body for high living, but she is driven by romantic dreams. She is highly...
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