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The Blue Hotel Characters & Character Analysis

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Characters

Pat Scully

Pat Scully is the proprietor of the Blue Hotel, and the one who chose the bright color that makes it stand out from all the other structures in its area. He is an older man, somewhat of a salesman, and he likes to greet the passengers departing from the train to entice them to stay at his establishment. He often wears a fur cap pushed down on his head causing his ears to stick out from his head.

His speech is that of an uneducated man who sometimes uses words that are more sophisticated than his normal vocabulary. He often mispronounces these words, giving him an almost comical speech.

Pat must play the real role of a service person, satisfying individuals who have special wishes and needs, while at the same time taking care not to offend any one else.

Johnnie

Scully's son is named Johnnie. He...

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