Sharon, performed through Kitty Winn, is a minor persona within the movie. She works as an assistant to Chris MacNeil and is helping out with taking good care of Reagan. Within the movie model of “The Exorcist,” Sharon will also be present in scenes happening on the MacNeil family and having small interactions principally with Chris and Reagan, however she is a a lot more distinguished persona within the e book — person who is extra immediately concerned within the plot and who has a extra unique persona.
Quite a lot of drama is generated within the novel from the variation in opinion relating to faith between Sharon, a Christian, and Chris, an atheist. Chris and Sharon have a pleasant dating as employer and worker, however there may be friction between them when Chris learns that Sharon has been telling her daughter about God and the afterlife, topics Chris has in large part have shyed away from with Reagan. On account of her non secular ideals, Chris suspects Sharon of being the only to position the crucifix below Reagan’s pillow whilst wondering others within the family as smartly. Within the movie, Chris best accuses Karl of striking the crucifix.
Sharon’s impact at the plot within the movie model is rather minor, however she is woven into extra plot threads within the novel, reminiscent of being interviewed through Lt. Kinderman about Burke Dennings’ loss of life and aiding the others all through the exorcism. Sharon additionally witnesses Father Karras demise on the street after his crumple the staircase, and he or she is the only to fetch Father Dyer and convey him over to supply Karras with a last confession and absolution earlier than he expires.