This person is the main character of the narrative. This person is a 17-year-old only child who is irreverent by nature, and fiercely principled.
This person is a Muslim poet and professor who loses their job due to the Muslim restrictions. This person’s words provide hope and meaning to the internees at the internment camp.
This person is a Jewish student, one of whose parents fled to the U.S. from Lebanon. This person encourages the protests inside the internment camp and supports the protests with a social media campaign.
This person is a friendly internee who befriends the main character and encourages the main character’s acts of resistance.
This person is a protestor who is beaten by guards then taken out of the internment camp to receive medical attention. When this person returns, they are electrocuted during a...
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