This character is a long-suffering, 60-year-old Jewish grocer with a rundown store in a mostly non-Jewish neighborhood.
This character is a Jewish wife who is beginning to feel her age.
This character feels obligated to help his or her parents with their store, but also deeply desires to attend college and reads a great deal.
This character is a second-year law student who comes from a good family.
This character owns the candy shop across from the Bober grocery. In addition to the income from the store, this character is a bookie, making enough money from the betting to support his son in law school.
This character owns the liquor store on the same street as Morris Bober's grocery store.
This character is the young, easy-going child of the liquor store owner.
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