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Aegypt Characters & Character Analysis

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As in Little, Big (1981), Aegypt contains a number of sharply drawn characters seeking fulfillment. Pierce Moffett, romantically rejected and impoverished by a broken drug deal, yearns for something to counter his disillusionment. His belief in his own vocation, that is, a calling to history, provides the motivation to counter his disillusionment. Much like Pierce Moffett, Rosie Rasmussen Mucho seeks a happier life as well. Hurt by the process of divorcing her unfaithful husband Mike, Rosie returns home to her Uncle Boney at Arcady. There, she discovers that the historical novelist she has been reading with great interest, Fellowes Kraft, was himself not only a family friend but also a literary property controlled by the Rasmussen family foundation. It is the mutual interest of Moffett and Rosie in the deceased Fellowes Kraft that connects the two plot lines. Like Moffett, Fellowes knew of the other history and sought to present...

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