Margaret and Tony’s only daughter, Susie is grown up and married herself by the time Tony begins his story. She is depicted as tolerant toward her father: Tony is mildly offended that she seems to have taken her mother’s side in the divorce, even though Margaret left him. By coming to understand the situation with Adrian’s son, however, Tony comes to appreciate the fact that Susie has been able to live a full, independent life.
Susie Character Timeline in The Sense of an Ending
The timeline below shows where the character Susie appears in The Sense of an Ending. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
...tell Margaret about them, though now he wonders if that stemmed from jealousy or self-protection. Susie grew up and married a doctor named Ken: they have two children. Margaret’s second husband... (full context)
...tells him to go first. He relates the account that he tells himself: Margaret and Susie and his grandchildren, his work and retirement and winter breaks. As he’s describing his grandchildren,... (full context)