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Lost Boys Characters & Character Analysis

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Although Stevie plays a large part in the plot of Lost Boys, the only fully drawn characters are Step and DeAnne.

Step and DeAnne are religious Mormons, married less than 10 years but already the parents of three children with another on the way. Both of them are committed parents and spouses.

Step is a hands-on father who has vowed to do any parenting job including changing diapers and cleaning up vomit. He has kept that promise, and the opening chapter of the book shows him cleaning up after a car-sick child and consciously monitoring his behavior so the older children will see him behave well under pressure — no swearing or display of temper. He is solicitous of his wife's well-being as she is of his. They manage to keep their pacts with each other: to present a united front to the children, to discuss problems and arrive...

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