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Montresor
"The Cask of Amontillado"
Vindictive, deceitful, cunning, proud, antagonist
He causes the conflict in the story... by killing Fortunato. He is the reason there is a story.
Fortunato
"The Cask of Amontillado"
Good-natured, powerful (respected in his community), protagonist
He is the receiving end of the conflict... in the end he is killed by the antagonist - Montresor.
Rainsford
"The Most Dangerous Game"
Diligent, sly, focused, cunning, protagonist
He is the hero of the story, he also landed on Zaroff's island in the first place.
General Zaroff
"The Most Dangerous Game"
Savage, sophisticated/well mannered, ruthless killer, antagonist
He poses a threat to the protagonist, making the story.
Sherlock Holmes
"The Red-Headed League"
Wise, intuitive, singular, witty
He is the hero of the story, he solved the case and came up with the conclusion.
Dr. Watson
"The Red-Headed League"
Trustworthy, intelligent, Holmes's assistant
He is the "partner in crime" with Holmes, the right hand man to him.
Vincent Spalding/John Clay
"The Red-Headed League"
Cocky, sneaky, antagonist
He is the source of conflict in the story, and is Sherlock Holmes's nemesis for this story.
Jabez Wilson
"The Red-Headed League"
Being deceived, tricked, protagonist
He is receiving the conflict made by Vincent/John.
Casey
"Casey at the Bat"
Cocky, popular, protagonist
He is the alleged savior of the game, he is supposed to be the hero. The story goes until he comes on, and then is very anti-climactic.
Ulrich van Gradwitz
"The Interlopers"
Defensive, stubborn
He is the owner of the land in dispute, and he is holding on to it like a mother to it's baby.
Georg Znaeym
"The Interlopers"
Pushy, stubborn
The pushy neighbor of Urlich von Gradwitz who is fighting to get his hands on Urlich's land.
Della
"The Gift of the Magi"
Self-sacrificing, selflessness
She cut her hair off, which was the object of Jim's present.
Jim
"The Gift of the Magi"
Self-sacrificing, selflessness
He sold his watch, which was the object of Della's present.
William "Doodle" Armstrong
"The Scarlet Ibis"
Afraid to be alone, loving, hard worker, protagonist
He is the protagonist, and he is the main character. The story is based on his existence - literally.
Narrator
"The Scarlet Ibis"
Synical, intense, driven, antagonist
He is the cause of Doodle's progress through the story, and the cause of Doodle's death at the end.
Mama
"The Scarlet Ibis"
Loving, distressed, protective
She is partly to blame about letting things get too far with Doodle; if she payed a little more attention to the boys...
Daddy
"The Scarlet Ibis"
Serious, grave, pessimist
He didn't really care if Doodle lived or died, he made a coffin just in case.
Aunt Nicey
"The Scarlet Ibis"
Optimistic, believes in Doodle, religious
Aunt Nicey helped Doodle live with himself, the way his was.
Jason Ashgrove
"Sonata for Harp and Bicycle"
Curious, brave, protagonist
He sneaks back into the Grimes building and is cursed, creating a problem.
Berenice Golden
"Sonata for Harp and Bicycle"
Shy, scared of the curse
She helps Jason solve his problem with the curse.
Daisy Bell (ghost)
"Sonata for Harp and Bicycle"
Insecure, loves William Heron
Has a broken heart because William has died, is haunting the Grimes building, creating a problem.
William Heron (ghost)
"Sonata for Harp and Bicycle"
Romantic, jumps to conclusions
Thought Daisy didn't love him and jumped off the fire escape, haunts the Grimes building.
Grandaddy Cain
"Blues Ain't No Mockin' Bird"
Forceful, huge/skilled, man of the house
He is the main force that gets Smilin' and Camera out of their land.
Granny
"Blues Ain't No Mockin' Bird"
Opinionated, protective yet caring
She gets the two men's attentions, and tells them they're not welcome there.
Narrator
"Blues Ain't No Mockin' Bird"
Curious, engaged completely
Keeps the reader absorbed in the story with her adolescent eyes.