This character is a wicked and merciless drunk that many slaves on a particular plantation fear because the character is so ruthless and cruel.
This character does not play a large part in the actual narrative, yet the narrator's life is thrown into disarray after this master dies.
Mr. Hugh Auld
The narrator works for this character for seven years in Baltimore, mostly taking care of this character's son.
Mrs. Sophia Auld
This character plays a significant part in the narrator learning how to read by teaching the narrator the alphabet.
Master Thomas Auld
This character takes the narrator to live for two years in St. Michael's, a rural part of Maryland. This character is most known for keeping slaves hungry.
Despite being separated at the narrator's birth, this character attempts to see the infant narrator by walking twelve miles from the...
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