I'm in need of some references for how to more accurately construct the psychological profile of a one of my... okay, many of my characters (though only one is a semi-major character). I've mentioned this story before, it's called Mother Meki, and the basic gist of the first book is that there has been a Marxist revolution circa 2099, and it was successful thanks in part to the main character, a member of the royal family. But that's not the character I'm focusing on; she's a whole different story altogether, oh boy. I'm focusing on her sister, whose basic traits before the revolution can be described as a run down of stereotypical princessistas: vain, materialistic, egotistic, shallow, obsessed with petty things, obsessed with fashion, etc. She had every whim catered to, and could count on her family's massive wealth (asteroid mining empire; father and sister wields nearly a quadrillion USD) to get anything she wanted. Being that this is also a speculative fiction tale, I should mention that she's a transhuman, but it's up to you if that's important or not, especially since the story doesn't really play transhumans as Borgs (as they always seem to be portrayed) While she does have deeper shades to her character before then, the only one that's relevant is that she always did long for a quieter life, particularly as a musician. While all this was originally going to be in narrative, I scrapped the first book in the series, relegating it to backstory and plot-exposition, so when you first meet this princess, the revolution's already occurred and she has to get used to the fact that all her privileges, all her nice things were expropriated virtually overnight (and she has no reason that her baby sister is to blame). More than that, however, you have to remember that this was a Marxist revolution, so wealthy bourgeois such as herself are to be oppressed. Besides just having all her stuff taken away, she is also forced to work and serve others and is consistently on the bad side of the law due to her social class. If her age matters to you, she's 27 at the start of the story. PS— Especially since this is transhumanist fiction, I don't intend for this story to be some sort of conservative libertarian guide to why Marxism is inherently evil and why poor people need to learn their place, even though it doesn't work out in the end, so no "bourgeois band together to fight back" plot twists. That already occurs, and its failure is a major plot point. So all I ask is for help in portraying such a character.