This unreliable narrator of the story is emotionally erratic and prone to violent episodes.
This character is married to the narrator. This character wants to keep the truth of the boys' crime quiet, and ultimately solves the problem with an act of violence.
This character is a prominent politician who is poised to win an upcoming national election. The narrator believes this character to be a pretentious hypocrite. This character wants to tell the truth about what the boys did.
This character is married to the politician and wants the narrator to stop the politician from going public about the boys' crime.
This character is the narrator's son. This character instigated the events leading up to the boys' crime.
This character is the politician's son. This character participated in the crime and suffers from guilt over it.
This character is the politician's...
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