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H. H. Holmes is one of the main characters, and he is a pathological liar that murders women and men for his pleasure. He is capable of doing this by exploiting the Chicago Fair go-ers.
The Chicago Fair of the late 1800's was a time for innovation but also tragedy. Countless number of times, mistakes within the architecture raised tension between the designers and city as due dates came closer. More and more tourists came to the city for the famous fair, this enabled Holmes to take advantage of the visitors. Both characters face challenges and struggle to please standards and to successfully execute their plans. The climax occurs when Holmes begins to act on his shady dings and when the fair seemed doomed due to the lack of completeness. The author uses both lives as a comparison that that though each and everyone is unique, we still all have our own troubles and flaws.
Daniel Burnham is the other main character of this novel, and he was a famous architect in charge of creating the Chicago Fair. He encountered many issues with the entire project, and it caused a great deal of stress.
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