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A Thousand Acres

Summary: Identifying the "spiritual reassessment or moral reconciliation" evident in the ending and explain its significance in the novel as a whole.
People tend to cope with society by agreeing and accepting what they are receiving in life. Life can be an adventure that takes you into another world but you can always bring yourself back into your own world if you have confident and self-esteem. In A Thousand Acres, a story of a poisonous farm and an obedience girl, Ginny, who endures sexual abuse and was deprived of her adolescence but she never kept it stopped her from moving on and recapturing her own world in the end.

As a child, Ginny was deprived of her adolescence because she never really had a mother. She grew up on a farm with her father and sisters. Being the oldest, she had to be obedience to her father as a model for her younger sisters. "I don't think you show use any respect, Daddy. I don't think you ever think...

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