Every Man for Himself Characters

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Morgan

The novel's narrator, Morgan is a fictional character set among historical personalities who sailed aboard Titanic. Twenty-one years old, he is the adopted nephew and namesake of J. Pierpont Morgan. As a close observer of life, priding himself on his ability to concentrate and discern, he is an ideal narrator for the story. Orphaned in infancy, he was raised by his aunt and his cousin Sissy in the Manchester Square section of London. Early in life he came to believe that he was destined to be a participant in rather than just a spectator of singular events. He suffered frightful nightmares and waking premonitions about impending deaths as he neared adolescence. He first crossed the Atlantic in steerage, under the protection of an Irish servant, and came to live in Warm Springs, where he boarded with Van Hopper. During a second Atlantic crossing at age sixteen, he met...

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