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LIST OF CHARACTERS
Minor Characters (continued)
A choir member. He sings the first part of the benediction solo in the choir at Clongowes.
The prefect of studies, who flogs Fleming and Stephen in their grammar class.
The rector at Clongowes who listens to Stephenís story of Father Dolanís unjust punishment.
One of Simonís contemporaries who coaches Stephen in running. Simon claims that Mike Flynn coached some of the best runners of the century, but Stephen wonders if this is true in light of Mr. Flynnís present poor physical condition.
The imaginary girl of Stephenís boyhood who always eludes him in his romantic fantasies.
A boy with whom Stephen spends one summer in Blackrock, having adventures.
E. C. later named as Emma
A girl Stephen meets at a birthday party and walks to the tram. He misses what he sees as an opportunity to catch hold of her and kiss her. He attempts to write a poem to her the next day titled "To E. C." on the model of Lord Byronís poems. Later, as a young man, he writes another poem to her.
Stephenís younger brother who accompanies him to college when he returns in chapter two.
Bertie Tallonís mother who helps him dress up as a girl in the play at Belvedere.
A boy at Belvedere who dresses as a girl in the play.
Stephenís friend and rival at Belvedere. The two of them excel in studies and have a good deal of authority with the rector.
A boy who is smoking outside in the garden at Belvedere with Heron during the program, with whom Stephen stops to talk.
School mate of Stephenís who is called a dunce. He joins Heron and Nash in beating Stephen for refusing to renounce Byron.
Schoolmate of Stephenís who is called an idler. He joins Heron and Boland in beating Stephen for refusing to renounce Byron.
A tutor with whom Mr. Dedalus speaks about getting Stephen enrolled in the university.
A young man who goes to Stephenís university in Dublin. He is known as a man connected to Irish language and myth. Stephen thinks of him as a sort of nemesis Stephen wants to go beyond Ireland and many people in Ireland think he should celebrate Ireland instead.
Student in Stephenís university who passes around a petition for universal peace and gets into a discussion with Stephen over Stephenís refusal to sign it.
A friend of Stephenís at the university who makes jokes during the physics lecture.
A student in Stephenís university whom Stephen calls an emotional man.
One of Stephenís friends at the university.
A close friend of Stephenís at the university, with whom Stephen shares his thoughts on religion. Cranly advises Stephen to go against his conscience and take communion to save his mother further pain in her already hard life.
A close friend of Stephenís at the university with whom Stephen talks about his aesthetic theory.