Dancing at the Rascal Fair Characters

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The character who provides the point of view, Angus is a young man born in Scotland who moves to America in search of better opportunities for himself. Angus is best friends with Rob Barclay, with Angus being the more reasonable of the two. Angus tends to think things through whereas Rob tends to react, often with only his emotions guiding him. Angus's marriage to Adair Barclay is an example of that reasoned, thoughtful planning, though it may seem like something of an emotional response to Anna's refusal to marry him. Angus, having been refused by Anna, realizes that he cannot be happy alone and that Adair, who'd traveled from Scotland with the idea of marrying Angus, won't want to return to her homeland. He believes their marriage to be an acceptable response to his situation. Angus is a hard working man who is willing to do whatever...

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