The Secret Garden Essay | Ever-changing

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Summary: My essay is about how the characters in the novel "The Secret Garden" by Frances Hodges Burnett change.
In Francis Hodges Burnett's story The Secret Garden, miraculous change in character takes place throughout its entirety. From the beginning the reader is introduced to a spoiled rotten brat, Mary Lennox. Later Martha Sowerby, Dickon Sowerby, Susan Sowerby, Ben Weatherstaff, Colin Craven, and Archibald Craven are written about in the novel. Each character has very unique qualities. Within the reading several of these characters encounter a significant amount of moral and physical alterations.

Mary Lennox is brought to Misselthwaithe Manor to live with her uncle Archibald Craven, when she arrived she is described as having,

A thin little face and thin little body, thin light hair and a sour expression. Her hair was yellow, her face was yellow because she had been born in India and had always been ill in one way or another. (1)

Mary's parents had such a social life that they were too busy and too...

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