Mark Twain/Samuel Clemens
This person is the focus and the narrator of the book.
This is a fill-in person who represents just about any passenger on the excursion and shows up any time indignation is required to tell the story.
This person is a young person who tries to keep a moment-by-moment diary of the entire journey.
This person pretends to be intelligent by reading small bits of information and then pushing confused analysis on people around him.
This is the nickname for the young person who is too naive and gullible for his/her own good.
Never given a name, nor much input into the story, this person is discussed as one of the authorities of the written word.
This individual is one of the author's travel companions used as a sidekick, mostly involved in conversations about...
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