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Study the word list: Sunset Song by Lewis Grassic Gibbon

Key characters in Sunset Song by Lewis Grassic Gibbon. SQA Higher English.

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Chris
Chris Guthrie is the main character in ‘Sunset Song’; the novel follows around nine years of her life.
Jean
Jean is Chris’ mother, she is fragile and simple.
Will
Will Guthrie is Chris’s older brother; they are very close.
Guthrie
Chris Guthrie is the main character in ‘Sunset Song’; the novel follows around nine years of her life.
John
Chris’ father, an honest man but also embittered, angry and lustful.
Ewan
Ewan Tavendale marries Chris.
Tavendale
Ewan Tavendale tragically dies in the First World War.
Rob
Rob Duncan is also known as ‘Long Rob’.
Duncan
Rob Duncan, is the Guthries’ neighbour.
Chae
Chae Strachan is a neighbour of the Guthries.
Strachan
Chae Stachan is kind, simple and open-minded.
Reverend
Reverend Stuart Gibbon is the new minister of Kinraddie.
Stuart
Reverend Stuart Gibbon is young and bullish.
Gibbon
Reverend Stuart Gibbon was very popular at first.

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