The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher Characters

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Sorry to Disturb Narrator

The “Sorry to Disturb” narrator is a young, ill, and isolated woman who loves her husband. The couple live in Saudi Arabia while the husband does work for the government. One day the narrator allows Muhammad Ijaz into their apartment to use the telephone because he is lost. From that day forward, Ijaz tries to have an unwanted friendship with the narrator. The narrator worries that Ijaz intends to force her to marry him, so she appeals to her husband for help. Her husband immediately complies and tells Ijaz to leave his wife alone.

Comma Narrator

The “Comma” narrator is a middle-aged woman reflecting on childhood when she was friends with Mary Joplin. In her reflection, the narrator and Mary discover a deformed child that Mary refers to as a comma. Due to her friendship with Mary and her innocence as a child at the...

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