Lottie O'Cadhain Davies
Born just after the turn of the century in southeastern Kentucky, she is the main subject of the narrator's story.
Betty Davies Randolph
As the story's narrator, she is a great storyteller since her expressions are unforgettable and they capture the way people speak and think on Milk Farm Road.
This woman arrives from out of town and immediately demands credit at the local store.
This black woman is one of the main subject's closest friends and is also the local midwife.
This man comes from a Quaker family. He marries the narrator and moves with her from Kentucky to North Carolina.
This is the main character's cantankerous mother who, despite living almost all her life in America, never learns English.
This close friend of the main subject kills her husband and relies on the...
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