The Museum of Extraordinary Things Characters

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Coralie Sardie

Coralie Sardie is one of the two central characters/protagonists in the novel. Born and raised at the Museum of Extraordinary Things (or so she is led to believe) Coralie had very little contact with the outside world when she was growing up because her father didn’t allow her to attend school or talk to any strangers she met on the streets of Brooklyn. Before her tenth birthday, Coralie was not allowed to interact with any of the workers at the museum except for the housekeeper Maureen. Coralie’s sheltered upbringing makes her incapable of recognizing or escaping the abuse and manipulation she suffers at the hands of her father, Professor Sardie. Coralie’s emotional journey in the novel charts her growing levels of disobedience and her eventual escape from the Museum of Extraordinary Things and the influence of her father.

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