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Saving CeeCee Honeycutt Themes & Motifs

Beth Hoffman
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Forgiveness and Family

Cecelia and her mother both struggle with the concepts of family and forgiveness. Camille begins to change when Cecelia turns nine, and her behavior becomes increasingly erratic and unpredictable. Her outbursts are generally related to her former life – a life that Cecelia doesn't understand. Camille tells her that her father ruined her life, taking her from the only normal place she knew, and dumping her in a world where she was isolated and forgotten. Her anger grows along with her psychosis, and time rewinds as Camille lives more and more in a time long gone. When these episodes occurred, Camille would don her pageant dress and matching shoes; wrap her winning sash around herself and in her crown she would wander through town or go shopping.

Cecelia’s embarrassment keeps her from having or making friends or having any kind of a normal life...

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