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We Were the Mulvaneys - The Pilgrim: Green Isle Summary & Analysis

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The Pilgrim: Green Isle Summary

Marianne often goes over the events of that Valentine's night, picking out the mistakes she made that caused her family to send her away. There were many things she should not have done; but why could they not forgive her? However, most of the time, she tries to concentrate on her work for the co-op and her studies. Marianne is still having trouble finding the time for her studies, but she is still taking one class on literature. That is where she read the line, "out of obscurity I came--to obscurity I can easily return," and turns it into her personal motto.

Marianne loves the co-op and believes most of the people there respect her. Marianne is very private when questioned about her past, however, afraid to offend people but still unwilling to share any personal information that might lead to...

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