Maud's Line Characters

Margaret Verble
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Maud

Maud is a beautiful young woman who is a member of the Cherokee nation, though of mixed blood. She lives with her father, Mustard, and her brother, Lovely, on her mother’s Indian allotment land in Oklahoma. Life there is hard for Maud and she feels surrounded by violence, especially in the wake of the murder of the Mount boys. Her home is shabby and has no running water or electricity. She longs for a better life in the city where she can be educated, have all of the luxuries she imagines city people have, and get away from the violence that surrounds her. She is well read and often borrows books from her neighbor, Mr. Singer, which she often discusses with Lovely.

Maud is a very practical woman who thinks quickly to save the meat from a cow she has to put down and is always mindful...

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