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Essay | The Bean Trees

This student essay consists of approximately 5 pages of analysis of The Bean Trees.
This section contains 1,297 words
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The Bean Trees

Summary: Essay explores the difficulties of Turtle's life in "The Bean Trees."
A "nuclear" child is a child with more than enough to have a complete and pleasant life. The child has both parents who make good money and has a nice house in the suburbs and has many friends. A "nuclear" child's life is one of modest luxury. They are never shown the "real" world one with famine, disease and theft. Many of the children in the world are far from being a "nuclear" child. These children's parents have split up, and they are slowly starving to death. In the book " The Bean Tree" by Barbara Kingsolver there is a child named Turtle who was abandon at 3 years old and was given to a complete stranger. Her father sexually abused her and no one could stop him. Turtle is one of the children farthest from being a "nuclear" child. There are many differences between a nuclear child and...

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This section contains 1,297 words
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