Chapter 3 Summary and Analysis
Charles Bon: the son of Thomas Sutpen and his first wife, Eulalia Bon, from New Orleans
Eulalia Bon: only child of a Haitian sugar planter. Eulalia married Thomas Sutpen, but he repudiated her when he discovered that she had some African ancestry
Henry Sutpen: the only son of Thomas and Ellen Sutpen
Judith Sutpen: the only daughter of Thomas and Ellen Sutpen
Clytie: the daughter of Thomas Sutpen and a slave; Clytie lives in the mansion at Sutpen’s Hundred
In Chapter Three, the voice is mainly that of Mr. Compson, Quentin’s father. He is telling Quentin the story of Miss Rosa’s life—how she was born to middle-aged...
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