Magic for Marigold Characters

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Marigold is the book's central character and protagonist, one of several independent minded heroines (including "Anne of Green Gables") created by this particular author. Marigold is thoughtful and dreamy, sensitive and imaginative. She is portrayed as something of a mystery to most members of her family, who see her as too independent minded and too tied up in her imagination (the exceptions are Uncle Klon and Aunt Marigold - see below). On the other hand, she is also portrayed as being somewhat passive, more often than not going along for the ride as other, stronger personalities (i.e. Varvara, Gwendolen, Paula) push the boundaries of what is expected and proper. Here it's important to note that this aspect of Marigold's character is not portrayed as a negative, but rather as a fairly straightforward representation of who she is - an observer, a dreamer, a consider-er. She learns...

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