This character defines his story as being an orphan. An emotional tie to this character's in-laws is deeply felt.
This character dies early in the story from leukemia and her memoir is being written by the narrator.
This stubborn and skeptical character became a communist out of love of creating a utopian society where all men and women are truly equal.
This character is the narrator's wife.
This character is the proprietor of the Hôtel de Tilleuls in St. Maurice.
The Maire of St. Maurice de Navacelles
This character relayed the story about the black dogs in St. Maurice to the honeymooning couple.
This character was raped by the Gestapo, and some say, by their dogs as well.
This character is the French shepherd that the honeymooning couple meet when they're lost on the...
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