Two Fishermen K. Smith character sketch

In the short story “Two Fishermen” by Morley Callaghan a character named K. Smith was described as “a little fellow without a hat, sitting down with his knees hunched up to his chin, a very small man with little grey baby curls on the back of his neck who stared steadily far out over the water” meaning he is an older man but he’s still young to go out fishing by himself. (Callaghan 1)
Another description about Mr. Smith was “looked full at him and smiled because he thought he seemed so meek and quizzical” Because Michel Foster our main character didn’t think that Mr. Smith could be a hangman because of this description (Callaghan 2)



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