Flights: A Novel Characters

Olga Tokarczuk
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Unnamed narrator

The narrator is the main character throughout the novel. She is the alter-ego of the writer, the person who begins the novel with her discovery of herself and her nomadic nature at the beginning, and continues sometimes as an omniscient voice, most often as the protagonist or detached observer.

Kunicki

Kunicki is a married man in the vignettes of the “Kunicki” series. His family disappears while they are on an island vacation, and he desperately searches for them with the help of the locals who reside one the island. He is a recurrent character.

Dr. Blau

Dr. Blau is an anatomist whose passion is the preservation of bodies and body parts. He accomplishes this through photos and embalming solutions. The latter leads him on a pilgrimage in search of the best preserving fluid solutions, but he is uncomfortable being objectified in the same manner he objectifies his...

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