Bliss Characters

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Pearl Fulton

Pearl Fulton is Bertha's enigmatic new friend in the story. With her indirect way of looking at people and her half-smile, she appears distant and mysterious. Although Bertha acknowledges that she and Pearl have not had a really intimate conversation, on the night of the dinner party Bertha senses an intimate attachment between them. This feeling of attachment is confirmed when Bertha discovers that Pearl is having an affair with her husband, Harry.

Mrs. Knight

Mrs. Knight and her husband are guests at Bertha's dinner party. Though she is "awfully keen on interior decoration," Mrs. Knight dresses herself in wild clothing and resembles a giant banana peel.

Norman Knight

Norman Knight is about to open a theater that will show thoroughly modern plays.

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Eddie Warren

Eddie Warren is an effeminate playwright. He is described as always being "in a state of acute distress...

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