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Marian Ormsby Forrester Collins

It is Mrs. Forrester who is the main focus of this novel. At the beginning of the novel, Mrs. Forrester is described as being young and pretty. She is married to Captain Daniel Forrester who is twenty-five years older than she is. Niel, a young boy whom Mrs. Forrester befriends because he is Judge Pommeroy's nephew, believes that Mrs. Forrester is the most beautiful and morally perfect person that he has ever met. Mrs. Forrester, however, is having an affair with Frank Ellinger, a man who visits the Forrester home often. After her husband's accident the two are forced to spend more and more time at their house in Sweet Water. During the times that she is shut up, Mrs. Forrester gets more and more agitated. She is accustomed to attending parties and dancing all through the year and doesn't know what to do with...

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