Studies in the Park Characters

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The Gram Vendor

The gram vendor is a street vendor who first calls Suno's attention to the park as a place of study. The gram vendor is described as having "a crippled arm that hung out of his shirt sleeve like a leg of mutton dangling on a hook. His face was scarred as though he had been dragged out of some terrible accident."

Suno

Suno is the narrator of the story. He is a young man whose entire family is continually pressuring him to study for a major exam which will determine his future educational track. Suno is extremely irritated and distracted by every noise and interruption caused by his family as he sits in his room trying to study. In exasperation, Suno leaves his house to try studying in a cafe; but both the cafe proprietor and the waiter insist on talking to him. Giving up on...

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