In the Time of the Butterflies Essay | In the Time of the Butterflies

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In the Time of the Butterflies

Summary: Discusses the book, In the Time of the Butterflies, inspired by the true story of the three Mirabal sisters who, in 1960, were murdered for their part in an underground plot to overthrow the Trujillo dictatorship in the Dominican Republic.
The Mirabel sisters proved in their lives and their deaths that committed individuals can make a difference. These women realized that their families shouldn't have to live in the current situation and wanted change. They gave up what was important in their lives for their cause. When Patria loses her baby she also loses her hope from the church and seeks an agent for change. Because the current political and church system couldn't provide that hope she joined the revolution to try and change the system.

Early in Patria's life she was called to the church. The nun in her school told her to look for a sign to find her true calling. While she was washing feet during a religious service she saw this boy her age that she liked. Over the next year, they married and quickly had 2 children. When her third...

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