Caddie - central character and first person author, whose true name is not revealed in the book
Terry - Caddie's son
Anne - Caddie's daughter
Esther - Caddie's friend
Leslie - friend, barmaid
Jon Marsh - Caddie's husband, estranged for much of the story
Ted - SP Bookie that Caddie keeps tabs for
Peter - Caddie's Greek immigrant lover
Bill "the Rabbito" - friend and supporter in latter phase of story
Sonny - brother of Bill
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“Children pay little attention to their parents teachings, but reproduce their characters faithfully.”
—Mason Cooley (b. 1927)
“His leanings were strictly lyrical, descriptions of nature and emotions came to him with surprising facility, but on the other hand he had a lot of trouble with routine items, such as, for instance, the opening and closing of doors, or shaking hands when there were numerous characters in a room, and one person or two persons saluted many people.”
—Vladimir Nabokov (18991977)
“The naturalistic literature of this country has reached such a state that no family of characters is considered true to life which does not include at least two hypochondriacs, one sadist, and one old man who spills food down the front of his vest.”
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