He starts out the novel as a young boy enraptured with his grandmother's stories about her homeland, France.
She is the narrator's grandmother, and the main storyteller of the novel.
She is the milkmaid in Saranza.
He is the Russian leader who stalked young women walking down the street in his black car.
The Narrator's Sister
She is a nameless, faceless girl who is also present at Charlotte's home during the summers in Russia.
He is the only friend the narrator makes in school while he is studying French history.
He is Charlotte's father, a respected doctor in Neuilly-sur-Seine.
She is Charlotte's mother and Norbert's wife, twenty-six-years his junior.
He is Charlotte's uncle who had worked as a journalist during the first World War, in which he eventually dies.
He is Charlotte's husband who is arrested on...
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