White Oleander Essay | Essay

Janet Fitch
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White Oleander

Summary: Discusses the novel White Oleander by Janet Fitch. Provides a detailed plot summary. Considers how the presence of nurturing parents is an important factor that helps in the growing of personal independence and is the basis for emotional stability.
White Oleander is an exciting novel written by Janet Fitch. It is a novel that describes the life of Astrid, a teen girl that had to experience abuse, sexual awakening, grief and occasionally a glimmer of love. Ingrid Magnussen was Astrid's mother, she would play an important role in Astrid life. It is a novel that describes how Astrid's own life experiences and her own intellectual knowledge influences her mind to become a better person in society. This novel created has a double meaning for me because it helps me to realize that I am able to apply what I have learned from other human beings to better myself. This novel also describes the role of women in a "men's world."

The role of nurturing parents in a family is an important factor that helps in the growing of personal independence and is the basis for emotional stability...

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