My Kinsman, Major Molineux Characters

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Gentleman

The last person Robin meets during his night of encounters and misdirections is a gentleman of "open, cheerful, and altogether prepossessing" looks, who speaks the only kind words Robin hears in the city. Curious to see how Robin will react to seeing his relative in disgrace, he joins the young man on the church steps, and chats with him while they wait.

Robin Molineux

Robin is the story's protagonist, a young man of nearly eighteen who has come from the country to find his relative, Major Molineux. Robin is the son of a country minister who maintains a small farm. Because the older brother will inherit the farm, Robin hopes Major Molineux can help him find another occupation. This is Robin's first trip to the city, and everything about him—his clothes, his way of speaking, and the club he carries—identifies him as a country boy out...

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