Kofi Ako - This character is married to another in the text, and is also believed to come from a bad family.
Anowa - This character is regarded as unusual and wild by her village standards.
Abena Badua - This character has only one surviving child, which whom this character is bewildered by.
Being-The-Mouth-That-Eats-Salt-And-Pepper - This character comments on the action of the play, and ranges from very critical emotions to those that are more sympathetic.
Boy - This character follows directions given by another character in the play. This particular character does not partake in gossip.
Girl - This character is a slave who gossips often.
Old Man - This character is the sympathetic part of the commentary during this action of the play.
Old Woman - This character is the critical part of the commentary during the action of the play.
Osam - As local custom dictates...
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