Meridian Hill - She grows up in a poor black family in a Southern community. In her early life, she doesn't have any idea of the greater issues of the world around her, but she does, from an early age, carry with her an overwhelming guilt.
Truman Held - He is a black man in the Civil Rights Movement and is pretentious and superficial, though he is also superficially handsome.
Lynne Rabinowitz - She is a woman from a well-off family who leaves her home and family to be with Truman and to live in the South.
Anne-Marion Coles - She had no qualms in college about agreeing to kill for the revolution and grows up to write poetry about her two children and her lake.
The Wild Child - She is a thirteen-year-old girl living with no parents or friends, who has lived on the...
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