"That Evening Sun", 293 (Event)

"That Evening Sun", 293 (Event)

Unnamed Indian(2)

This Indian is one of three men among the "hierarchy of cousins and uncles" who rule the clan and decide the fate of the slaves after Doom's death (319). He reminds the others that the slaves are too valuable to eat, in part because they have been such a "bother" because they required the Indians to find things for them to do.

Unnamed Indian(1)

This Indian is one of three men among the "hierarchy of cousins and uncles" who rule the clan and decide the fate of the slaves after Doom's death (319). He proposes that the slaves raise their own food, reproduce, and then the Indians can sell them, though they do not as of yet have plans for what to do with the income.

Issetibbeha's Maternal Uncle

The "son and brother" of the well-to-do family of Issetibbeha's mother seeks Doom after he disappears from New Orleans (318).

"That Evening Sun", 292 (Event)

Unnamed Negro

An unnamed Negro told Nancy that Jesus had returned from Memphis.

Caroline Bascomb Compson

Caroline Bascomb Compson is the wife of Jason Compson III and the mother of Quentin, Caddy, and Jason Compson III. She opposes her husband's decision to allay Nancy's fears that Jesus is waiting to harm her by accompanying Nancy to her cabin. "'You'll leave these children unprotected, with that Negro about?'" she complains (294).

"That Evening Sun", 292 (Event)

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