The Bean Trees Essay | Relations

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Summary: The Bean Trees by Barbara Kingsolver. My essay is about the relations between the rich and poor.
Goodwill. It's not just a place where "poor" people shop. There is not trashy stuff there. Everyday people shop there. Even Cynthia, the social worker, goes there to find a little cameo pin to complete the perfect outfit. Using a cameo pin, Barbara Kingsolver shows the similarities between Taylor and Cynthia in her novel, The Bean Trees.

"But I stayed in school....and I intended to finish" (3). Taylor is a normal person with a dream. She wants to finish school. She does and is proud of herself. She knew she had a somewhat poor life, but she made the best out of it. She let herself make opportunities to be better than she was. Cynthia was that way too. "Cynthia was concerned....Cynthia was the strawberry blonde social worker," Cynthia is described as a person who has normal characteristics just like that person over there and this person over...

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