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The Stone Angel

Summary: Margaret Lawrence's novel The Stone Angel is a tale of Hagar's life. We experience her getting older while looking back at important aspects in her life that shaped what she is today.
The novel "The Stone Angel" by Margaret Lawrence is a tale about everything. As readers we follow Hagar through her journey into death, as she looks back at her life. In Hagar's eyes we see everything, death, sex, irony, joy and despair. Hagar is a very proud woman and she never showed weakness during even the toughest times.

Hagar Shipley is the main character and narrator in this novel. She grew up in an upper-class family, with two brothers, Dan and Matt. Her father, Jason Currie, owned a convenience store. Her mother had died when Hagar was young. The first thing that started to shape Hagar's personality was the event that her mother died when she was giving birth to her. Hagar always blamed herself for this and never once realized that it wasn't her fault. Another incident that shaped Hagar was watching her brother Matt die from...

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