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Calico Bush Characters & Character Analysis

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Characters

Marguerite Ledoux

Marguerite Ledoux is a young child when her uncle decides to move to Canada where he hopes to teach dance to a group of French citizens who have relocated there. On the ship from their home in Le Havre, Marguerite's uncle tells her of his dreams, even explaining to her the house they will soon live in. However, within sight of land, one of the crew members becomes ill. Soon Marguerite's uncle becomes ill as well, dying on the small ship. Out of fear that the illness will spread, the captain throws all of the uncle's belongings over the side of the ship and drops Marguerite and her grandmother off at a port in the new colonies instead of their intended destination in Canada. A short time later, Marguerite's grandmother also dies, leaving Marguerite without relatives or money for her support. Marguerite is then bound out to...

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