The Door in the Wall Characters

Marguerite De Angeli
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Robin de Bureford

Robin de Bureford is a 10 year old boy who is the main character in the novel. He feels small for his age, which is good, because Brother Luke carries him around a great deal until Robin is able to use crutches.

The story is told from Robin's viewpoint, which is not as sophisticated as an adult viewpoint would be; however, he does seem to be quite intelligent. He is of noble birth and has always been told he must be brave. When his father and mother both leave he tries to be brave and strong but does not always succeed.

Robin does have a temper, which is seen when he gets mad at the chisel and throws it. He is ashamed afterward and grateful that Brother Luke never mentions it or reprimands him for the deed. He also shows his temper when Geoffrey calls him Crookshanks...

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