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Flock: The Autobiography of a Multiple Personality Characters & Character Analysis

Joan Frances Casey
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Important People

Renee

The dominant personality through much of Joan's life, she was writing the story from the first-person perspective though she came to be called "Joan" after the personalities merged. Renee was outgoing and was usually charged with pleasing people and smoothing over situations. Renee was probably one of the first of the personalities to become fully aware of the fact that there were other personalities within the body. As the personalities approached the point of merging, Renee became belligerent and argumentative with Lynn, a relationship Lynn later recognized as having been typical of an adolescent on the verge of adulthood and her mother. Renee arrived as part of the Flock when Jo was being raped by her high school psychology teacher. Jo had trusted the man during a time when she was struggling with her parents' separation. Renee said that she enjoyed the sex but under Lynn's prompting...

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