Edna in the Desert Characters

Maddy Lederman
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Edna

Edna Miller is the main character of the novel “Edna in the Desert” by Maddy Lederman. Edna is the daughter of Edward and Jill, and the older sister of Brandon. When the novel begins, Edna is a pretty thirteen year-old girl who is very disrespectful, rebellious, selfish, and childish. She is driven out to Desert Palms to spend the summer with her grandparents in the hopes that this will whip her into shape.

Edna is angry that she has been left in the middle of nowhere. Her grandparents are quiet and don’t even have television. Edna storms off into the desert when she realizes she cannot have her way and passes out from the heat. She is found by Johnny, a local boy who brings her back to her grandparents. Edna is instantly smitten with Johnny, and looks forward to his visits when he deliveries groceries for...

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