He is the young son of a black couple who works for a farmer.
He is a young white boy who hopes to one day run the farm for his elderly uncle.
He spends a couple of weeks at the farm when he and Tengo are young, tightening the relationship between the two boys.
He is a part of a growing movement of students who protest the government, angry at the substandard education the blacks are allowed to have.
She is an intelligent girl who shares the top spot in class with Tengo.
She cooks large, delicious meals at the big house but is forced to feed her family porridge with small amounts of meat.
He is in charge of taking care of the animals on the farm.
He is the oubaas of the farm which has been in...
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