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|Gilly Hopkins||Gilly is a tough and feisty girl who has been in and out of foster homes most of her life. Read More|
|Trotter||Trotter is a foster mother who makes a home for Gilly. Read More|
|William Ernest||William Ernest is a young boy who lives with Trotter. Read More|
|Agnes||Agnes Stokes is a girl at school who tries to befriend Gilly.|
|Courtney||Courtney Rutherford Hopkins is Gilly's mother. She claims to love Gilly, but her actions don't support that claim.|
|Miss Ellis||Miss Ellis is a caseworker in the foster system. She cares about Gilly but is often disappointed in her.|
|Miss Harris||Miss Harris is a sixth-grade teacher who is patient and fair. She has learned to deny her anger when faced with prejudice because she is black.|
|Mr. Randolph||Mr. Randolph is a friend and neighbor of Trotter's who introduces Gilly to poetry. Gilly dislikes him at first because he is blind and black.|
|Nonnie||Nonnie is a widow who lives alone. She wants to make a permanent home for Gilly when she learns that Gilly is her granddaughter.|
|The narrator||The unnamed narrator has insight into Gilly Hopkins's thoughts and feelings.|