Beloved Essay | Transformation of the Character of Denver "In Beloved"

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Transformation of the Character of Denver "In Beloved"

Summary: Essay explains how the character of Denver, in the novel "Beloved" by Toni Morrison, evolves from a girl to a woman. Denver transforms from being a solitary, isolated and naïve girl to an independent, responsible and outgoing woman.
In the novel, Beloved, by Toni Morrison, several characters underwent changes in their personality as the novel progresses. One such character is Denver, who evolves from a girl to a woman. Denver transforms from being a solitary, isolated and naïve girl to an independent, responsible and outgoing woman. These transformations are brought up by the emergence of two absolute strangers, Paul D and Beloved, in her secluded life.

When Paul D first enters the life of Denver and her mother, Sethe, Denver has a fragile sense of self. She lives with her mother and is completely dependent on her. Denver lives a life of utter loneliness. She has nothing to call as hers. She has gone through serious losses - her brothers and her grandmother. Even Sethe acknowledges this to Paul D, when he says that the last time he saw...

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