Miss Julia Strikes Back

What are the motifs in Miss Julia Strikes Back by Ann B. Ross?

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Self reliance is a recurring iodea. In the closing paragraphs of the novel, Julia tells the reader the moral of the story is that, when one needs something done, one must do it one's self. From the beginning, Julia seizes control of the situation. When authorities move too slowly and investigators fail to respond, Julia becomes more personally involved. She never fears giving more of herself to accomplish the ends she desires.