John Bull - Representative of England in the same way the character of "Uncle Sam" is of the United States. First appeared in John Arbuthnot's book The History of John Bull.  
  Mycroft Holmes - Brother of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's detective Sherlock Holmes.  
  Anna Coupeau - The heroine of Emil Zola's books L'Assommoir, and Nana. Starting as a prostitute on the streets of Paris, Anna rises to the glittering heights of Parisian society, due largely to the sexual favours she's willing to share.  
  Katy Carr - Main character in Susan Coolidge's novels What Katy Did, What Katy Did at School, and What Katy Did Next.  
  Rebecca Randall - Central character of Kate Douglas Wiggen's book Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm.  
  Ayesha - Ayesha is She-Who-Must-Be-Obeyed, a 2,000-year-old queen who rules a fabled lost city deep in a maze of African caverns from H. Rider Haggard's book She.  
  Pequod - Captain Ahab's ship from Herman Melville's whaling novel, Moby Dick  
  Yahoo - One of the fantastic semi-human races populating the world created by Jonathan Swift in his book, Gulliver's Travels. Yahoos are sub-normal, nearly animalistic humans, used as dray animals and hunted for sport.  
  Lavelle - He is the Astronomer in H. G. Wells' The War of the Worlds who first notices something not quite right with Mars.  
  Lemuel Gulliver - Title character of Jonathan Swift's novel, Gulliver's Travels.  
  Percy Blakeney - The swashbuckling hero of Baroness Orczy's novel of the French Revolution, The Scarlet Pimpernel.  
  Doctor Syn - From Russell Thorndyke's novels about a man who is a mild-mannered vicar by day, and a ruthless pirate and smuggler by night.  
  Ned Bumpo - Also known as "Hawkeye" in James Fenimore Cooper's novel The Last of the Mohicans, in which Ned is a white man adopted by a Mohican tribe.  
  Shanghai Charlie's - This was the notorious opium den featured in Sax Rohmer's book The Insidious Dr. Fu-Manchu.  
  Ishmael - He is the narrator of the Herman Melville story Moby Dick, and a sailor aboard the whaling ship Pequod.  
  Robur - Hero of Jules Verne's novel Robur the Conqueror: Master of the World which depicts the triumph of heavier-than-air flight over lighter-than-air flight.  
  Colonel Moran - Professor Moriarty's second in command in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's stories about the detective Sherlock Holmes. According to Holmes, Moran is the "second most dangerous man in London".  
  Sherlock Holmes - The great detective created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and featured in 4 novels and 56 short stories. The uproar at the author's attempt to kill off his creation was so great that Conan Doyle was forced to resurrect Holmes for another series of stories.  
  Dr. Samuel Ferguson - He is an English doctor who appears in one of Jules Verne's first works, Five Weeks in a Balloon.  
  Mr. Dodger - This is the grown-up version of the Charles Dickens' character, the Artful Doger, from his novel Oliver Twist.  
  Baron Munchausen - The whimscal lead character in a book by Rudolphe Erich Raspé, The Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchausen.  


Hawley Griffin
Jekyll & Hyde
Mina Murray
Allan Quartermain
Captain Nemo
Secondary Characters
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