The Ex-Coloured Man
This is the novel's narrator, a biracial man who has maintained the secret of his heritage.
This character is described as "a tall man with a small, dark moustache" who visits the narrator and his mother at their small house a few evenings each week.
The First Pullman-car Porter
This character makes the narrator's acquaintance on the train on his first trip from Connecticut to Atlanta.
This character is described as "white as a lily," and meets the narrator in New York toward the end of his story.
This character is one of the white "slummers" who visits the Club in New York City where the narrator plays piano. He is "clean-cut, slender, but athletic-looking.”
This character in the novel earns her living as a seamstress and is so successful that she has to hire other women to help...
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