Sir George Crofts
Sir George Crofts, a tall, powerfully built man of about fifty, fashionably dressed, is a ‘‘gentlemanly combination of the most brutal types of city man, sporting man, and man about town.’’ He appears to lack any strength of character, as Mrs. Warren orders him about. Crofts becomes more assertive, though, with Vivie, as he pleads for her hand in marriage. His viciousness emerges after she rejects him when he informs her that she and Frank may be brother and sister. He represents all the social hypocrisy that Vivie deplores.
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