有關Bridge to Terabithia的問題
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Jesse Oliver Aarons Jr. - Also known as Jess, he is an artistic boy, in the beginning of the novel, is habitually fearful, angry and depressed. He also has a crush on his music teacher, which plays an integral role in the final events of the story.
Leslie Burke - An intelligent, talented, imaginative, outgoing girl. Her talents include gymnastics, creativity, swimming, scubadiving and running.
Joyce Ann Aarons - Jess's bratty four-year-old sister. May Belle thinks Joyce Anne is "nothing but a baby".
May Belle Aarons - May Belle is one of Jess's younger sisters. She is described as the only one of Jess's siblings with whom he feels comfortable.
Ellie & Brenda Aarons - Ellie and Brenda Aarons are Jess's two older sisters. They primarily exist as secondary static characters, or characters who do not grow or change as a result of the events of a story. Being the elder of the two and the eldest child in the family, Ellie develops the ideas of their ideas.
Janice Avery - The school bully at Lark Creek. Janice is very overweight and tends to become very offended when people tease her for being so.
Miss Edmunds - The somewhat unconventional and controversial music teacher, whom Jesse greatly admires. She invites Jess to go to the Smithsonian Museum, which leads Leslie to go to Terabithia by herself.
Prince Terrien - Is the guardian and court jester of Terabithia; a puppy whom Jesse gave Leslie as a Christmas present.
Gary Fulcher - A very cocky kid. Jesse and Gary see each other as bitter rivals; how long this has been the case is unknown.
Mrs. Myers - Jesse and Leslie's teacher, who is given the nickname "Monster Mouth Myers". She thinks highly of Leslie.
Leslie's Parents - Writers of books who come to the story's location for purposes of their work.