Blue Willow Themes

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The Importance of Friendship

Janey's need for friends is evident from the way she reacts to the knowledge that Lupe is living across the road. Janey wants to meet Lupe, but there's a side of her that says it's a waste of time because the Larkin family won't be able to stay long anyway. Janey knows her family will have to move on when the crops have been picked, just as they have in the past. Janey is relieved when Lupe comes over, taking the decision out of her hands. The girls immediately connect and it's at least in part because both are eager for friendship. Janey's need for friendship during their first meeting is seen in her desire to tell Lupe about her most prized possession, the willow plate. Lupe's is seen in her willingness to accept the importance of the plate and of Janey's story, even though...

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