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Men Should Weep by Ena Lamont Stewart

Key characters from Men Should Weep by Ena Lamont Stewart. SQA Higher Drama

Maggie is the central protagonist and lives in the East End of Glasgow where she looks after her family.
Lily is a spinster and is overtly feminist. She is unafraid to speak her mind.
John displays a chauvinistic attitude, despite this, we sympathise with his situation.
Jenny is frustrated by her circumstances, so she rebels against her family. Later she returns, regretful, to make amends.
Alec’s wife Isa is widely disliked and often rude to Maggie.
Granny shows us the struggles of the elderly. She is always being moved back and forth between Maggie and Lizzie’s house.
Alec is married to Isa, he is lazy and sometimes even violent.

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