Bluebeard Characters

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Rabo Karabekian

Rabo Karabekian is in his seventies as he looks back on his life in this fictional autobiography. He was always confident about his ability to draw, but with time he realizes that he doesn't have anything to say in his art- until he paints Now It's the Women's Turn.

Karabekian is self-educated, having spent his days in libraries while he was homeless during the Great Depression. He is an able draftsman and he is also recognized as a good soldier. When his first wife once asked him why he doesn't use his drawing skills in his art, he said it was just too easy. He wanted to work for his art.

Married twice with two children that do not speak to him, Karabekian now finds himself alone and isolated. His friend Paul Slazinger hangs around on his property, but it is only when Circe Berman moves in...

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