The Bean Trees Essay | Kentucky: A Family Environment

This student essay consists of approximately 6 pages of analysis of Kentucky.
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Kentucky: A Family Environment

Summary: About the book The Bean Trees, discussed the importance that a family has on the main characters.

Kentucky: A Family Environment

Through out the novel, "The Bean Trees", by Barbara Kingsolver, there are many important themes, such as responsibilities, blessings, and women proving themselves to be just as strong, if not stronger than men. However, there is one that stands out amongst the rest, the idea of having a family. In "The Bean Trees", Kingsolver creates a character that can relate to many single teen mothers, Taylor Greer. Taylor takes a long journey to attempt to escape her life, only to find that it has really just begun. During this voyage, she find that you cannot make it through life without and a family, and for Taylor, and most people in the world, a family can come in all shapes and sizes. Her mother, at home in Kentucky was the only kind of family Taylor ever knew after her father left her until...

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