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Bean Trees and Single Parenting

Summary: Essay relates the novel "The Bean Trees" to single parenting.
In today's modern society, there are still some parents that must deal with the responsibility of taking care of a child on their own. Therefore, single parents are continuously faced with many obstacles and difficulties through their life with raising their children. Many parents go through financial struggles trying to come up with a way to support their children, encounter many emotional crises, and go through many physical problems. In the novel The Bean Trees, Taylor and Lou Ann each have a child, who they love a great deal. They are both single mothers taking care of their kids, which they love more than they love men. A question that I thought of was, "Why do the mothers usually get custody of the child""

In the novel when Taylor takes the responsibility of taking care of Turtle on her own, she is faced with a...

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