Who are three or four main characters in the book Exodus by Leon Uris? describing their personalities.
1. American nurse, Kitty Fremont, if initially "a nice woman who looks at Jews as though she were looking into a cage at a zoo," acquires an affection for Ari that causes her to revise her outlook.
2. Karen Hansen Clement, a young and beautiful survivor of the Holocaust. She is helpful and kind.
3. Dov Landau — variously described as "a very good artist" and "a real artist" — overcome his isolation in pain and alienation.