Dead Man Walking: An Eyewitness Account of the Death Penalty in the United States Character Descriptions

Helen Prejean
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Sister Helen Prejean

She takes an objective look at herself and notes all the positive role models and the support systems in her own life, admitting that she might have discovered some serious flaws in her own personality without those advantages.

Patrick Sonnier

He had become known as something of a loner. There are moments during which he seems angry, but these are interlaced with moments of apparent peace.

Robert Lee Willie

He is a cocky young man, intent on saving his pride through the proceedings and anxious to accomplish something with his death. He continues to be optimistic until the final days, and then his optimism about being saved from execution turns to a peaceful acceptance and he plans to die with dignity.

Eddie Sonnier

He is initially in constant trouble in the prison but eventually finds peace with his situation. He is devastated by his brother's...

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