American Primitive: Poems Character Descriptions

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Character Descriptions

Narratorappears in Entire Collection - This person appears in every poem to a lesser or greater extent and explains situations.

The Addresseeappears in Entire Collection - This usually refers to the reader, but is sometimes another specific person.

Tecumsehappears in Tecumseh - This person lives near the Mad River, and his name means Shooting Star.

John Chapmanappears in John Chapman - This person wears a tin pot for a hat and also uses it to cook his supper in the Ohio forests.

Somebodyappears in Something - This person skulks in the yard and stumbles over a stone.

Lydia Osbornappears in The Lost Children - This person is eleven-years-old when she never returns from following after straying cows in southern Ohio.

Isaac Zaneappears in The Lost Children - This person is stolen at age nine by the Wyandots he lives among on the shores of the Mad River...

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