The Kitchen House Characters

Kathleen Grissom
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Beattie

Beattie is a twin, one of Mama Mae’s youngest children. Beattie and Lavinia grow up together at Tall Oaks. Beattie is a kind, gentle young girl who is always good to Lavinia. However, after Lavinia is married to Marshall, Beattie finds herself in a difficult position when Marshall begins forcing her to have an affair with him. At first, Lavinia is angry with Beattie and treats her badly; but, after awhile she realizes the truth and Beattie again becomes her friend.

Fanny

Fanny is Mama Mae’s daughter and the twin sister of Beattie. Fanny is not as pretty as Beattie and tends to be rougher. Fanny does not like her position on Tall Oaks as a house servant at first. However, when Mama Mae tells her the story of her own family, Fanny learns to work hard and stay quiet. Fanny becomes a devoted servant who...

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