Lorraine Jensen- Lorraine is a high school sophomore. She is sensitive, compassionate, and very skillful. She is also a main protagonist in the book.
John Conlan- John is a rebel child. He has a problem with authority and his father. He lies a lot, mostly to everyone except Lorraine. He can always come out and talk with Lorraine about whatever that's on his mind. John is also a main protagonist in the novel. He is a high school sophomore as well.
Norton Kelly- Norton is the main antagonist in the book. He is a classmate of John and Lorraine. He spends his time stealing and destroying others belongings. In the book he goes in to Mr. Pignatis house and destroys all of his glass pigs he loves.
Angelo Pignati- Mr. Pignati is a main character in the Pigman. He is a old widower that lives in John and Lorraines neighborhood. His nickname is The Pigman because of his last name and of his collection of glass pigs. He guides John and Lorraine with small lessons throughout the novel.
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Dennis Kobin- Dennis is Norton's partner in crime. Whatever reckless thing Norton is doing, Dennis will follow and do whatever he says. He destroys and steals just like Norton.
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Norton likes his friend Dennis. Dennis does whatever he tells him to do. Also he is a troublemaker just like Norton.
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Characterization: In the end
Norton is more of a dynamic character because if he hadent of destroyed Pignatis house John and Lorraine wouldn't have found out the real reason of life and how important it is.
The other characters are flat because they hardly are in the novel. They make some impact to the story but not much.
"Summary" Novels for Students Vol. 14. Gale CengageeNotes.com 24 Sep, 2015