Unnamed Boy(2)

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Unnamed Boy(2)
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Unnamed Boy(2)
Race: 
White
Gender: 
Male
Class: 
Lower Class
Rank: 
Minor
Vitality: 
Alive
Biography: 

The three boys whom Quentin encounters on the bridge he will jump from later are carrying fishing poles when they first appear. Later they go swimming, and are annoyed when Quentin comes along with the unnamed little girl to watch - they are swimming naked. And when Quentin is taken into custody by Anse, they join what Quentin calls the "procession" that ends at the Squire's (141). One of the boys is called "Kenny" by another one (122). Quentin thinks of them as "the first," "the second" and "the third" (117 etc.) and they can be distinguished from each other. The "second," for example, imagines catching the trout and exchanging it for a "horse and wagon" (117) - Quentin refers to him as "the one that thought the horse and wagon back there at the bridge" (137), and he is consistently the most contrary of the three.

Individual or Group: 
Individual

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