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Essay | In the Time of the Butterflies

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In the Time of the Butterflies

Summary: Provides an analysis of courage in the novel "In the Time of Butterflies."
The Webster's Dictionary defines "courage" as the state or quality of mind or spirit that enables one to face danger, fear, or vicissitudes with self-possession, confidence, and resolution. Even coming from a dictionary, courage is not described as one particular action. In fact, the definition of courage can be any form of action as long as it fits that description. In light of this definition, both Dede and Minerva in, In the Time of the Butterflies, fit this description perfectly, but both in their own particular and personal ways. One aspect of the description of courage that is pertinent to both Dede and Minerva is the aspect of fear. Both Minerva and Dede are women in a time and place where women are not treated equally with men. They must overcome fears of their male associates to aspire to the courage that they will...

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