Holy Ghost (A Virgil Flowers Novel) Themes & Motifs

John Sandford
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The Role of Women in Small Towns

The narrative presents several women who live in a small town to illustrate women’s roles in small town’s. Through their depiction, the author suggests that some long to be housewives and will invest years in one person instead of moving on when things do not seem to be working out in the relationship. Other women are eager to break out and be independent. These women have supportive husbands and may appear to be fiercely independent, but the ones who have a good family life admit that they depend on their partners. This is necessary because people in small towns are a family and depend on each other. This dependence naturally extends to their partner. Their dependence is not a weakness. It is a part of life. In addition, men do not look at women as being criminals.

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