This character is the child of a prominent Confederate Colonel whose idyllic childhood fades through the war and turns to maturity.
This character is a wily and ingenious child of slaves on the Sartoris property.
This character cares for her grandchild and in her toughness, defies the normal mold of southern women.
This character is a typical Southern planter who's dedicated to society and the southern way of life, working to secure stability of tradition by even the most ruthless means.
This character is a typical self-centered con artist who helps develop a mule scheme.
This character is a twin who can't fight because of a lost poker game and has very liberal rules with his slaves.
This character adopted a more masculine life after the death of her father and fiance who later takes...
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