A Tree Grows in Brooklyn Essay | A Tree Grows in Brooklyn: Analyzing Katie Rommely's Parenting Skills

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A Tree Grows in Brooklyn: Analyzing Katie Rommely's Parenting Skills

Summary: Reviews Betty Smith's novel, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. Analyzes the parenting skills of character Katie Rommely. Describes how her actions in the book demonstrate the strength of her character.
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

Parenting is a very hard task when there are two parents working together; but in families were there is only one parent, the job is even harder. In the novel, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, Betty Smith gives us a perfect example of a parent who is basically supporting her family alone in the character of Katie Rommely. Although Katie is married to Johnny Nolan, his alcoholism leaves most of the parenting responsibilities to her, especially when it comes to working to support their family. However, even after Johnny's death, Katie's hard work, determination, and pride in herself and her children really shine through and keep her going.

Katie cannot depend on her drunken husband Johnny. When she finally realizes this, she does not give up, but works even harder to make up for his...

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