The outcasts of poker flat
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Mother Shipton works the corner after dark in order to make a living for herself. She is a round character who later changes herself for the better. She will be treated, for the other characters do not know the background of which she came from. She is shamed upon by the towns people and is banished because of it. Not much is told about Mother Shipton, other than she is a prostitute. Someone that it is interesting is how she changes herself in the end.
John Oakhurst sits by the poker table in order to gamble with some of the towns folk. John is quite a round character as a lot is given about him, how he might be a gambler, but he is very respected. Later he will gamble with Tom who will loose the match. John knowing that Tom is inexperienced he gives him back his money. I'd say that John is quite the static character as he doesn't really change throughout the story.
Here is Uncle Billy on the corner for different reasons such as harassing the people in the streets. He is drunk in this photo as that's how he usually is and has quite the situation. He's a very static and flat character who steals and is known as the town's thief. The group that he travels with will trust him only until he decides to steal the groups mule's and leave them stranded in the Mountains.
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