The Owl Service Characters

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Gwyn

Gwyn is a young adolescent who grew up near Aberystwyth, in the country of Wales in the United Kingdom. He is the son of the Nanny who looks after the little house in the valley where Alison, Roger and their parents come to stay for a summer holiday, and, as such is brought along to help out his mother with the chores and upkeep of the house.

Gwyn is about fifteen years old and is a confident, practical young lad who is necessarily self-reliant (having grown up not knowing his father and having to adapt himself to new surroundings of rural village life and the city life). He is generally quick witted and equally as quick tempered, but reserves most of his frustrated anger for his mother and the strict way in which she parents him.

During the course of the novel the character of Gwyn gradually starts...

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