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The Bean Trees

Summary: Essay discusses the task of making decisions in Barbara Kingsolver's novel "The Bean Trees."
What outfit should I wear? Which route would be fastest? These are decisions that people make everyday. Most decisions are made in the blink of an eye, but not all decisions are that simple. In Barbara Kingsolver's novel The Bean Trees, Taylor makes an illogical decision when she decides to keep Turtle, but it ended with positive results. Taylor was not thinking logically when she decided to keep Turtle. Taylor also helped Turtle grow. The decision changed Taylor's life, but it helped her to settle down.

Taylor's decision to keep the baby was not thought through. She had just left her home in Kentucky and didn't know where she was going or what she was going to do with her life. Also, Taylor barely had enough money to support herself. When she went to a bar for dinner, she couldn't afford more than a dollar's worth of...

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