The Last Good Paradise Characters

Tatjana Soli
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Ann

Ann is the novel's central character. She is from a family of lawyers. She has continued the tradition. Her mother, however, exposed her to a different world that excited Ann. Thus, deep down, she wants to leave the law firm she works for and become an artist. She has put her desire on hold to help her husband, Richard, achieve his dream of opening a restaurant.

The beginning of the novel paints a picture of a strong, smart, and successful woman. The opening scene shows that she is very intelligent. It also displays her shark-like tendencies. She sits silently, observing her opponents to size them up. Then, she attacks. She is also strong in her personal life. Her money symbolizes part of her strength. When her investment in the restaurant is put at risk, she rushes to save it. Money, especially cash, is power. She finds this out...

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