The Indian Uprising Characters

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Block

Block is one of the narrator's fellow fighters in the battle; he enters the story carrying flowers, bread, and weapons. The narrator calls him "friendly, kind, [and] enthusiastic." Block shares information about the battle, noting that the narrator's troops hold various parts of the city but that the "situation is liquid." He also assures the narrator that Sylvia does not love Kenneth, only his coat.

Captured Comanche

After being tortured by the narrator's troops, the captured Comanche reveals that his name is Gustave Aschenbach. He was born at "L—, a country town in the province of Silesia," a region in Eastern Europe currently shared by Poland and the Czech Republic. His father was a judicial official and all of his relatives were government officials, according to the narrator.

Jane

Jane is one of the narrator's friends. Early in the story, the narrator hears that Jane has been...

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