This central character is a schoolteacher at the beginning of Women in Love. She is more serious and less finished than her sister, but she is also more womanly, more vital, and more self assured.
This central character in the novel has attained renown fame as an artist and sculptor of miniature birds and animals. She runs with an artistic crowd and always wears brightly colored dresses and stockings.
This character is the son of the owner of the mines near Beldover. He is an effective industrialist, who transforms the business of coal mining from a profitless venture to an efficient enterprise. However, the work leaves him ultimately dissatisfied and he wants some other thing to fill him up.
This character is the intellectual heart of the novel. He is a school inspector, with very particular ideas about man in...
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