Mrs. Bathurst Characters

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Mrs. Bathurst

Mrs. Bathurst is one of the central characters in the story. She is the subject of a story told by Mr. Pyecroft and Sergeant Pritchard to Mr. Hooper and the narrator. Her name does not appear until almost midway through the story. She is the manager of a hotel and restaurant in Auckland, New Zealand, where she earned a reputation for beneficence toward sailors like Pritchard and Pyecroft. She is the main subject of fascination, however, for Mr. Vickery ("Click"), who (again, as told through the story of Pritchard and Pyecroft) has an affair with her and deserts his ship when he sees her a fleeting image of her in a movie.

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Mr. Hooper

Mr. Hooper is an inspector for the South African railway who meets the narrator in Simon's. Mr. Hooper fingers an unknown object in his pocket throughout the story; some...

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