Breathing Method, The
  Breathing Method, The Characters List:

 

Character Name Description
Adley, David  A lawyer who visited the Club and worked for George Waterhouse since 1951.
Adley, Ellen  Wife of David.
Andrews, Peter  A lawyer who visited the Club.
Beaglemen, Hugh  Visited the Club for the Christmas Story.
Carden, Robert  Partner in the law firm where David Adley worked.
Carruthers, Lathrop  General in Gerard Tozeman's story.
Casey  Law brief of David Adley.
Davidson, Ella  Nurse who worked for Emlyn McCarron.
DeVille, Ternia  Name thought up by Emlyn McCarron.
Effinghouse, Henry  Partner in the law firm where David Adley worked.
Frasier  Partner in the law firm where David Adley worked.
Gibbs, Mrs.  Blind Woman who hired Sandra Stansfield.
Gordon, Dexter  Played at a Jazz club where David Adley celebrated his junior partnership.
Gregson, George  Visited the Club.
Hanrahan, Arlene  Wife of John
Hanrahan, John  Visited the Club.
Harrison, John  Name of Sarah Stansfield's son. Visited the Club.
Kelly, Mrs.  Fired Sandra Stansfield when she became pregnant.
Lawton  Partner in the law firm where David Adley worked.
Lennox, Terry  Character in a book called "The Long Goodbye".
McCarron, Emlyn  Doctor who told the story of the Breathing Method at the club.
Rosen, Norbert  Poet whose books were at the club. Born 1924
Rucklehouse, Betty  Name thought up by Emlyn McCarron.
Salkowitz  Appointed by the mayor.
Seville, Edward Gray  Author of "These were our Brothers" (1911) and "Breakers" (1935) that were on the shelves at the club.
Smith, Jane  Name used by Sandra Stansfield to Emlyn McCarron.
Stansfield, Sandra  Single pregnant woman who visited Emlyn McCarron. Real name of "Jane Smith".
Stedham  Publisher
Stein, Harry  Visited the Club
Stett, Norman  Visited the Club
Stevens  Doorman & Bartender at the Club.
Stevens, Wallace  Poet
Tozeman, Gerard  Visited the Club.
Waterhouse, George  Invited David Adley to the Club. Headed the law firm which Adley worked for.
White, Harriet  The first wife of Emlyn McCarron's father.
Woods, Joseph  Head of the law firm that Peter Andrews worked for.

 

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