Island of the Blue Dolphins Characters

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Karana is a young girl who is stranded on an island alone. She learns to provide for herself and to defend herself against wild dogs and hunters.

Ramo is the narrator’s brother who runs back to his hut when his people are being evacuated, His sister goes back for him. They both miss the ship that would have taken them from the island to safety.

This one of the elders, the leader of the people who leaves in a canoe, looking for lands to the east where his people can settle.

This is the Russian who is leading the Aleut hunting expedition which clashes with the narrator’s people.

This is the person who takes over leadership of the people after the narrator’s father is killed by hunters.

This person is the head of the narrator’s people, and he is killed when the hunters try to leave...

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