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Free Online Study Guide for Dandelion Wine by Ray Bradbury

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Minor Characters (Continued)


Ruth Auffmann
One of Leo and Lena's children.

Naomi Auffmann
One of Leo and Lena's children.

Mrs. Stinger
Owner of a grocery store near the Douglas homes.

Unnamed sister
A younger sister of Douglas and Tom, who died when Tom was seven years old.

Charlie Woodman
Douglas' friend, who introduces him to Colonel Freeleigh.

Alice
A friend of Tom who also befriends Mrs. Bentley.

Jane
A friend of Tom who also befriends Mrs. Bentley.

John Bentley
The husband of Helen Bentley who passed away in 1924.

Ching Ling Soo
Oriental Magician whose death Colonel Freeleigh witnessed.

Pawnee Bill
A buffalo hunter who fought side-by-side with Colonel Freeleigh.

Mister Quatermain
The victim of an accident involving Miss Roberta and Miss Fern's Green Machine.

William Tara
The salesman who sold the Green Machine to Miss Roberta and Miss Fern.

Frank
The younger brother of Miss Fern and Miss Roberta.

Mr. Tridden
The conductor of the town trolley who takes the children on a picnic on the trolley's last ride.



Jim
A friend of Douglas who wishes to become a printer in New York.

Sam Brown
The local mailman and husband of Elmira Brown.

Jorge
Colonel Freeleigh's friend in Mexico City.

Nurse
Colonel Freeleigh's care taker in his final days.

Francine
A friend of Lavinia Nebbs.

Hattie McDollis
A victim of The Lonely One.

Roberta Ferry
A victim of The Lonely One.

Elizabeth Ramsell
A victim of The Lonely One.

Helen Greer
A friend of Francine and Helen.

Frank Dillon
A local man who scares Francine, Helen, and Lavinia.

Druggist
Shopkeeper who gives the address of Lavinia Nebbs to an unknown man.

Theater Manager's Brother
A member of the theater audience who is mistaken for the Lonely One.

Officer Kennedy
A local police officer.

Elizabeth Ramsell
Another victim of The Lonely One, discovered dead by Lavinia and Francine.

Doctor
Called by the Spaulding family, he examines Douglas when the boy falls sick with fever.


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