Master Georgie Characters

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Myrtle

Myrtle is one of the four main characters in the novel, and the one who commands the most sympathy. She is an orphan, taken into the Hardy home when she is a young child, and remains there only because the Hardy daughter, Beatrice, takes a liking to her. Beatrice, however, soon loses interest in her adopted sister, when the family acquires a puppy. Myrtle describes herself as being unloved, but it doesn't bother her, because then she can focus all her affections on her adopted older brother, Master Georgie. She never lets him out of her sight, running after him as a slave would do in Roman times. Any time she learns that he is paying the least bit of attention to her, she is happy. If he scolds her for one thing or another, she is overjoyed, because this means that he is thinking about her. Censure...

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