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How is parenthood depicted in the work?

This topic is explored in the work in reference to the difficulty present in raising a child without spousal support, and whether women need personal fulfillment outside of their children. In Lina's case, she is perfectly capable of taking care of her children, but she views parenthood as a partnership and the lack of support she receives from Ed makes her feel as though she would prefer to be a single parent. For Sloane, she focuses more on her own personal life than being preoccupied with her children, as evidenced by the lack of memories or current feelings she shares with the narrator.

How do the people in the work display forgiveness toward each other?

This topic is explored in the work in reference to Maggie's desire and efforts to forgive Aaron, as well as to forgive herself. She must...

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