The Jilting of Granny Weatherall Characters

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George

George is the man who jilted Granny Weatherall, abandoning her at the altar on what was to be their wedding day when she was twenty. She eventually married another man, had a family, and convinced herself that she had put the pain of being "jilted" behind her. However, she kept letters from George in her attic all her life, and sixty years later his memory still has the power to upset her.

Hapsy

Hapsy is the youngest and apparently the favorite of Granny Weatherall's daughters—"the one she had truly wanted." Yet Hapsy also seems to cause her mother the greatest disappointment. Granny Weatherall asks for Hapsy five times during the story, but Hapsy never comes to her mother's deathbed. In her delirious state of mind. Granny mistakes her other daughters, Cornelia and Lydia, for Hapsy. At one point, Granny seems to confuse even herself with Hapsy, as...

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