Something Strange and Deadly Characters

Susan Dennard
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Eleanor Fitt

Eleanor Fitt is the main character, principal protagonist, and narrator of Susan Dennard's novel, "Something Strange and Deadly". Eleanor is a pretty, sixteen year-old girl who is a member of Philadelphia's upper class. She is the daughter of Henry and Abigail Fitt, though Henry is deceased. Eleanor is also the sister of a missing brother, Elijah Fitt, whom she seeks to find throughout the novel. Eleanor is fiery and independent, but she does her best to conform to her mother's expectations. Eleanor is being pushed toward marriage with Clarence Wilcox, who is very wealthy and the city's most eligible bachelor, because her family is in dire financial trouble. Eleanor and Clarence get along well enough, and the two begin to confide in one another. At the same time, Eleanor seeks out Joseph, Daniel, and Jie, the Spirit-Hunters, to help find her missing brother, whom she believes has...

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