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Tiger Eyes Characters & Character Analysis

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Characters

Davey Wexler

Davey is the central character to the story, who loses her father right before the story opens. Davey's father was murdered in their family store with Davey only feet away in the backyard. Davey's father's final words were a plea for Davey to help him and for almost a year Davey carries guilt for not being able to save him. Davey was also very close with her father before his passing so getting passed his death is very difficult for her. In an effort to help the family move on from the tragedy, Davey's mother takes Davey and her brother to Los Alamos, New Mexico to stay with Davey's Aunt Bitsy and her husband, Walter. Davey is fine with the trip, until her family decides it will be more permanent. Davey resents when her mother can't handle parenting her and leaves the job to Bitsy and Walter...

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