This character was formerly a typist and in the book represents the happy life.
This character provides the most damaging testimony at the trial.
This character owns the cafe and is called as a witness in the trial.
This character says of the trial "everything is true, and nothing is true!"
Director of the Home
This character is very matter-of-fact man who accompanies the funeral procession to the grave site.
This character serves as a representative of society's law.
See Defense Counsel
This character is an obese, carefree fellow who owns a beach house.
This character is a French Algerian clerk whose mother has died.
Monsieur Thomas Pérez
This character is elderly, lives at the nursing home, and walks with a limp.
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