The Complete Stories of Leonora Carrington Characters

Leonora Carrington
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"Debutante" Narrator

The narrator of "Debutante" is a young girl who despises high society. She asks her best friend, the hyena, to go to a ball in her place, so that she can stay in her room and read.

"Debutante" Mother

The mother in "Debutante" is committed to the trappings of high society. She wants her daughter to take her place in society, and is severely disappointed when she discovers her daughter has sent a hyena in her place to the ball.

"Debutante" Hyena

The hyena in "Debutante" is the narrator's best friend. The hyena agrees to go to the ball in place of the narrator.

"Debutante" Maria

Maria is the maid of the narrator in "Debutante." The narrator and the hyena murder Maria and the hyena uses her face as a mask.

"The Oval Lady" Narrator

The narrator of "The Oval Lady" is a young and curious girl...

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