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|Emil Sinclair||Emil Sinclair is the adult narrator of the novel, who reaches back into his early years to chart his journey to self-realization. Read More|
|Max Demian||Slightly older than Emil Sinclair, Max Demian is Sinclair's first and most important mentor on the journey to self-realization. Read More|
|Frank Kromer||Frank Kromer is a bully who extorts money and favors from young Emil Sinclair. Read More|
|Pistorius||A church organist in the town where Emil Sinclair goes to school, Pistorius becomes Sinclair's mentor for a time, teaching him about Abraxas. Read More|
|Mother Eve||Mother Eve is Max Demian's mother and the subject of Emil Sinclair's recurring dream. Read More|
|Beatrice||Although inspired by a real woman, Beatrice is more imaginary than real, a product of Emil Sinclair's mind more than a human being. Read More|
|Alfons Beck||An older student at boarding school, Alfons Beck introduces Sinclair to drinking.|
|Emil Sinclair's father||Emil Sinclair's father, a pastor, is part of the morally upright, "bright world" that provides a safe haven but also a limitation for young Sinclair.|
|Knauer||A lonely boy at Emil Sinclair's boarding school, Knauer approaches Sinclair for spiritual help. Sinclair saves him from suicide.|
|Emil Sinclair's mother||Emil Sinclair's attentive mother is forgiving when her son confesses his sins to her.|
|Dr. Pollens||Dr. Pollens is a young teacher at the boarding school Emil Sinclair attends.|
|Emil Sinclair's sisters||Emil Sinclair's sisters are his playmates, characterized as being more moral than Sinclair.|