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William H. Coles is a master at describing characters. When presenting any character he gives a profile of the character depicting his or her attitude in life and their personality .He goes further to reveal the thoughts of each character. William H. Coles incorporates many characters but that is hardly an issue since each individual is fully developed and contributes significantly into the novel. He perfectly transforms the character of Hiram McDowell from a wealthy and influential globetrotting surgeon to a homeless and destitute man running away from the law. His characters are like real people who change their perspectives and opinions. This is a great attribute to his story telling because the characters are not static in mannerism and behavior.
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