The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven Characters

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Adrian

Adrian appears in a few stories but figures prominently in "The Only Traffic Signal on the Reservation Don't Flash Red Anymore." In this story, he and Victor sit on their front porch and discuss how drinking has ruined so many members of the reservation and cut short the dreams of many Indian teenagers, like Victor, who aspired to play basketball.

Samuel Builds-the-Fire

Samuel Builds-the-Fire is the grandfather of Thomas Builds-the-Fire and the main character in the story, "A Train Is an Order of Occurrence Designed to Lead to Some Result." In this story, Samuel loses his job on his birthday and begins drinking alcohol, something he has avoided his entire life. Like his son and his grandson, he is a storyteller, but younger tribal members on the reservation have tired of him and do not have time to listen to his stories, and his children have all moved...

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