The Deep Characters

Mary Swan
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Mr. A

See Father

Alice

See Mother

Walter Allingham

See Sentry

Mrs. B

Mrs. B is the housekeeper for the twins' family.

Baker

Baker is a soldier who survives an attack only to later be afflicted with tear ducts that run constantly, rendering him incapable of serving in combat. His story is ironic because he was a comedian before the war and now he cannot stop crying.

Berthe

Berthe is a French woman from a nearby town who works with the twins and Mrs. Moore at the canteen. She only speaks French but the twins translate for her. When the guns stop firing on Armistice Day, she weeps.

Corporal Easton

Corporal Easton drives the twins and others into town to celebrate on Armistice Day. He describes the twins as skittish white horses.

Elizabeth

Elizabeth is a British girl whom the twins meet on their crossing to France. She has...

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