Plenty Characters

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Madame Aung

Madame Aung accompanies her husband to Susan and Raymond's dinner party in 1956. She is characterized by Hare as "small, tidy and bright." Her only action in the play is to begin to tell the story of an Ingmar Bergman film she recently viewed. She mistakenly states that Bergman is Norwegian and Darwin firmly corrects her by mentioning that the famed director is in fact Swedish.

Monsieur Aung

Monsieur (often abbreviated as M.) Aung is the First Secretary of the Burmese Embassy whom Susan and Raymond entertain in their Rnightsbridge home in October of 1956. The stage directions describe M. Aung as "almost permanently smiling—short [and] dogmatic." Aung acts quite flattered to be in the presence of Sir Leonard Darwin and is overtly complimentary and deferential to him throughout Scene 7.

Raymond Brock

Susan first meets Brock when she approaches him at the British Embassy in Brussels, Belgium...

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