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Clear Light of Day Characters & Character Analysis

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Characters

Tara

Bim's younger sister. Tara was the third child in the family, and as the children were growing up, Tara was the most quiet and reserved of the children, next to Baba. She felt left out of the alliance that seemed to exist between her two older siblings, and never seemed able to live up to the expectations of her friends and family that had been set by Bim. As a child, Tara was also easily hurt, especially by Bim, who was sometimes cruel to her. She felt left out when her older siblings excluded her, and whenever she was troubled, she clung to Aunt Mira for comfort. In school, Tara was constantly in the shadow of her sister. When Bim was left in charge of the household after the death of their parents, and when Aunt Mira and Raja fell ill, Tara reacted by running away. She spent...

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