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One of the lonely ranch workers. He is a cripple (missing a hand), working as a ‘Swamper’.
A black ranch hand. He is sensible and neat, with a mind of his own. He is a lonely character, who is discriminated against, due to his race.
A ranch worker with leadership qualities. He commands respect from all on the ranch.
The boss’s son who was a boxer. He is short, stocky, and thinks he is better than all the others. He picks fights with everybody on the ranch.
The only woman on the ranch. She is very flirtatious.
A brutal man. He objects to Candy keeping his old dog.
A ranch worker. He is sent to town to fetch the Sheriff after Curley’s wife is murdered.
A ‘mice fella’ (in Candy’s words). He is more concerned about his work on the ranch than anyone else.
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