Sisters One Two Three Themes & Motifs

Nancy Star
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Death

Nancy Star argues that death affects people in different ways, and uses the Tangle family to demonstrate this. Charlie’s death proves to be transformative for his family members in their own lives.

Glory, who has always behaved coldly and who has manipulated, lied, and deceived her family, now goes to even greater lengths to get beyond Charlie’s death -perhaps divesting herself of blame (and the need to be reminded of it by thinking about the past) in the process. First Solly, and then Glory tell their daughters to refuse to speak about Charlie to anyone, and to never speak of it to one another. When Callie is sent away, Glory tells Ginger and Mimi never to speak of her to each other or to anyone else. Glory displays no real emotion at Charlie’s death, and instead carries on by forgetting and getting a...

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