Vox Characters

Christina Dalcher
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Jean McClellan

Jean McClellan is the narrator and heroine of the novel. She is the wife of Patrick and the mother of Steven, Sonia, Sam, and Leo. Jean is also expecting a baby by Lorenzo, her Italian lover. Lorenzo has asked Jean to use his ex-wife’s passport and escape the oppression of America. For the sake of the child, Jean agrees to do so if the baby is a girl. At the same time, she does not want to leave Sonia, her first daughter, to suffer at Reverend Carl’s hands.

Jean can be classified as a dystopian protagonist because she questions the existing political situation and does something to change it. Because the novel is told from her point of view, she is able to detail the exact ways in which her life and her daughter’s life are impacted by the new rules that allow women...

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