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WHAT KIND OF WOMAN
by Kate Baer

Characters By Chapter
EDITOR:
Christina Hale
QUICK EDITION (QE)
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   Part One
 FormerSelfReader, in a non-present state.
 Boyfriend The person with a huge ego, the person not wanting to appear needy.
 OtherGirlsThe reader is most unlike. Chilled out people.
 I The reader in their twenties.
 You College boy who violated the writer.
 Eden The writer's first love.
 Girls The writer's friends; the people they go to dinners with; the group who tries to uphold perfect lives in front of one another.
 Girlfriend The writer's girl friend.
 John Someone the girl friend once knew; who would call her on Sundays and told her all the ways women disappointed him.
 FemaleLeadThe girl of dreams.
 Bethany A friend of the writer's who's enraged by today's world.
 DearlyBelovedSomeone dear to the writer who has since passed.
 MaryRuefleAn American poet.
 RobynHoodThe thief stealing our days.
 Women Symbolizes mothers, those who walk the readers home.
 Naomi Group of friends who represent women in an old-school stance.
 Ruth Group of friends who represent women in an old-school stance.
 Aphrodite Group of friends who represent women in an old-school stance.
 Helen Group of friends who represent women in an old-school stance.
 Eve Group of friends who represent women in an old-school stance.
   Part Two
 PhoebeWaller-BridgeAn English actress and screenwriter.
 Husband The writer's husband.
 Baby The writer and her husband's offspring.
 Sister The husband's sister.
 Daughter The writer and her husband's offspring.
 Wife The writer.
 Justin A representation of men, husbands.
 Gal From down the block, a representation of motherly women.
 Cousin A relative of the mother's, a representation of motherly women.
 Roger Also a representation of men, husbands.
 Female Takes care of the household.
 Male Man of the house.
   Part Three
 Mary A set of figurines that keep disappearing.
 Aunt Miriam The writer's aunt.
 Nephew The writer's nephew.
 Mother The writer's mother.
 Son The writer's son.
 
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