I'm a Stranger Here Myself: Notes on Returning to America After Twenty Years Away Character Descriptions

Bill Bryson
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Bill Bryson

This person is a travel writer and journalist who has spent twenty years in England before returning to the USA.

Mrs. Bryson

This individual is an accomplished gardener from England who loves America.

Bryson children

These individuals are never named but play an important part in the book's anecdotes.

Jimmy

This individual is s fictitious character who occasionally appears in Bill's writing when he wants to make an obscure point.

Bill's Father

This individual, of whom he has fond childhood memories, is from the author's past.

Simon Kelner

This individual is a British newspaper editor.

Hanover Barbers

These individuals are behind the times, according to the author.

Walt

This individual, who has a great New England accent, helps around the author's household.

Bradley

This individual plays a part in spoiling the author's trip to a drive-in movie theater.

Department Store Clerks

These individuals are either not...

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