Clyde Griffiths The weak but rebellious central character who aspires to wealth

Clyde Griffiths The weak but rebellious central character who aspires to wealth

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Clyde Griffiths  The weak but rebellious central character who aspires to wealth, luxury, and beauty  — and is electrocuted for murder. Elvira Griffiths  Clyde's mother, an evangelist who tries to save her son from the electric chair. Asa Griffiths  Clyde's father, a poor evangelist, who is less effective than Elvira. Esta Griffiths  Clyde's older sister who runs away with an actor and is left deserted and pregnant. Oscar Hegglund  A Green-Davidson bellhop who introduces Clyde to worldly delights. Thomas Ratterer  A friendly Green-Davidson bellhop who later helps Clyde get a job at the Union  League Club in Chicago. Hortense Briggs  A Kansas City shop girl who coaxes Clyde to buy her things. Willard Sparser 
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Unformatted text preview: Oscar Hegglund's friend, a show-off and driver of a stolen car in which he, Clyde, and others have an accident. Samuel Griffiths Clyde's rich uncle who gives Clyde a job in his shirt and collar factory in Lycurgus, New York. Gilbert Griffiths Clyde's reseniful cousin who helps manage the factory in Lycurgus. Myra Griffiths Clyde's studious cousin who feels compassion for him. Bella Griffiths Clyde's socially active cousin who helps Clyde enter Lycurgus society. Elizabeth Griffiths Clyde's aunt who invites him to supper. Walter Dillard A Lycurgus shop clerk who introduces Clyde to his friends. Rita Diekerman A sensuous Lycurgus girl who is attracted to Clyde....
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Texas State.

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