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Stephen
young, artistic, non-conformist, quiet
Mr. Dedalus
non-influential, alcoholic
Uncle Charles
big influence
Dante
had brushes for Michael Davitt and Parnell; aunt of Stephen; clever
Rody Kickham
captain of the 3rd line
Nasty Roche
bully near the beginning of the novel
Brigid
maid of the Dedalus house
Father Arnall
priest and teacher; celebrates Xavier
Simon Moonan
tied the prefect's sleeves; going to be flogged
Jack Lawton
has the red silk rose; could not form the plural of mare
Wells
asks Dedalus if he kisses his mother before bed
Fleming
associated with Dedalus being sick
Brother Michael
brings Stephen toast; holds Stephen's food in the infirmary
Athy
bedmate of Stephen; fellow out of 3rd grammar; name is the name of a town
Mr. Casey
did not have "a purse of silver in his throat"
Eileen
long, thin, cool hands and flirted with Stephen; when he tells Dante he wants to marry her, she refuses because she is a Protestant
Mr. Gleeson
flogged Corrigan
Father Dolan
flogs Stephen because his glasses broke
Father Conmee
apologizes for Dolan
Mike Flynn
Stephen's trainer whom he mistrusts
Aubrey Mills
ally of Stephen; common milkman
Heron
tries to get Stephen to smoke; has a bird face; makes fun of Stephen's favorite writers and poet
director
brings up priesthood opportunity with Stephen
sisters
represent the craziness in Stephen's life
girl on beach
gives fervor to Stephen's new life
nun
screeches Jesus! O Jesus!
MacCann
squat figure in a shooting jacket; calls himself a democrat
Cranly
Stephen only imagines his head and face; Stephen tells him the unrest of his soul; has the conversation with Stephen about Stephen quitting religion and communion
Davin
peasant student; heir of indigenous celts; has the story of the woman that calls him into the house
Dean
has the conversation about fire
Moynihan
jokester of the university
Temple
believer in the power of the mind
Lynch
rubs his hands over his groins; talks about Aquinas
Emma
the girl Stephen is in love with and writes poetry for