Seascape Characters

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Charlie is married to Nancy and is part of the human couple at the center of the play Unlike his wife, Charlie is fearful and passive. While Nancy wants to have an active retirement, Charlie wants to rest and do nothing. He does not understand his wife's need to connect with the past and explore the world they have not seen. Charlie admits to having a more adventurous spirit in his youth. He would release his breath and sink to the bottom of pools or other bodies of water until he had to rise to breath again Charlie liked to do this then but has no desire to do it now He is content with the way things currently are in his life and does not like to be challenged.

It is Nancy who first antagonizes him Nancy's idea about living at different beaches for the rest of...

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