American Primitive: Poems Character Descriptions

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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.

Tarheappears in The Lost Children

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