The narrator of the story, this character's depression and mental instability leads to the retelling of childhood events.
This character is a strong force that once held the Wingo family together and finally led to its utter destruction.
This character is an escapist who despises the South and dreams of living in the city one day.
This character is totally self-centered and manipulative, whose denial of unpleasant events devastates the Wingo family.
This character's physical violence affects the Wingos more than is actually stated.
This character is the free spirit of the novel who offers some protection for the Wingo children.
This character is a religious fanatic who talks to Jesus and leads a life of rigid spirituality.
Growing up in the backwoods, this...
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