Let Me Call You Sweetheart Characters

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It is hard to make generalities about any author's work when that work encompasses more than a dozen books, but for Clark one generalization about her characterizations seems true for most of her fiction: Her characters tends to be rich and beautiful, whether villain or hero. Indeed, wealth defines characters and their value. Throughout Let Me Call You Sweetheart the word best means richest.

The "best" social group is composed of the richest people. Best does not mean that the people are moral or even hardworking; villains may be found in the "best" company. Instead, best means the social group most worth being a part of.

Perhaps this element is in Clark's fiction because her audience wants it there; many people like to daydream about a life of wealth with plenty of spare time to hang out with other wealthy people. Even so, this aspect of her characters...

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