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How does the narrator's view of her father change by seeing him in a different setting?

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If you were asking about Marigolds story, The narrator ''Lizabeth'' never saw her father crying before. Now ''lizabeth'' felt so guilty because she coudn't do anything. Her father is weak and dosn't have a job, while her mother is doing everything.

 

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questions96 | 1452 days ago

If you were asking about Marigolds story, The narrator ''Lizabeth'' never saw her father crying before. Now ''lizabeth'' felt so guilty because she coudn't do anything. Her father is weak and dosn't have a job, while her mother is doing everything.

 

Hope these informations help.

questions96 | 1452 days ago