Never does she argue that her damnation was a mistake; never does she attempt to defend her misdeeds. Joseph Garcin.
We know... Inez Serrano.
Florence is married to Inez’s cousin, but when Inez moves in with them, Inez seduces Florence and convinces her to leave him.
A postal worker and the poorest of the three characters, Inez is a cynic through and through, and far less deluded than Estelle or Garcin. Before he died, Joseph Garcin was "a journalist and man of letters by profession" (70). … Estelle is an elegant young woman from Paris who arrives in hell thinking there’s been some “ghastly mistake.”.
When the valet shows her to the drawing-room, she sees Garcin sitting with his hands covering his face.
He was killed by a tram. Garcin affects a macho style and denies his fear of Hell. A self-proclaimed sadist, Inez is one tough cookie. Florence is Inez ’s lover on earth. The characters constantly look for mirrors in order to avoid the judging gaze of each other, while their failure is played out by the constant stare of the play's spectators. She believes that each person should be out... Estelle Rigault is a young society woman from Paris. However, she eventually weakens and reveals the details of erotically competitive relationships that persist in … Estelle Rigault is a young society woman from Paris. At first she tries to continue her behavior as in life—arrogant, seductive, and vain. A lesbian, she was once in love with a woman named Florence, whose husband was her cousin. He "danced the tango... Estelle's husband is a rich and older man. Before he died, Joseph Garcin was "a journalist and man of letters by profession" (70). No Exit Characters. Joseph Garcin, a pacifist journalist from Rio who reached Hell by means of a firing squad, after an attempted escape to Mexico. The valet's uncle is the head valet in hell. Roger is Estelle’s young lover and the father of her daughter. Inez's cousin is Florence’s husband.
The valet leads the three characters into hell. Olga is Estelle’s "bosom friend" who doesn’t cry at the funeral. Garcin.
He was also trying to convince himself that what he did is not a coward thing to do. He is also the best of the three prisoners at dealing with damnation. His uncle is the head valet. Get the entire No Exit LitChart as a printable PDF.
By entering your email address you agree to receive emails from Shmoop and verify that you are over the age of 13. No Exit study guide contains a biography of Jean-Paul Sartre, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and analysis. Estelle's arrival completes the triangle of characters. She tries to get... © 2020 Shmoop University Inc | All Rights Reserved | Privacy | Legal. She dies shortly after she gets the news about her... Gomez is one of Garcin’s colleagues at the newspaper office back on earth. She believes that each person should be out... Estelle Rigault.