Mary Vaughan

Imagined AI depiction of Mary Vaughan from "Hominids" by Robert J. Sawyer, encapsulating the essence of this iconic archetype of Researcher in the narrative.
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Mary Vaughan is a Canadian researcher who faces a devastating personal trauma in the modern world. Her character is portrayed as resilient, compassionate, and open-minded as she grapples with the challenges of interacting with Ponter and understanding his Neanderthal society. Through her interactions with Ponter, Mary undergoes emotional growth and gains a deeper understanding of human empathy and connection.


[“I never thought I’d meet someone like you.”,”I’m trying to understand your world, your culture.”,”I didn’t expect to feel such a connection with you.”]


Caucasian, shoulder-length blonde hair, blue eyes, and of average height.




Keen observational and analytical skills, empathetic nature






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