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One of the most complex and elaborate character in Bastard Out of Carolina by Dorothy Allison is Bone Through out the story Bone has to live a life where she thinks that she is the leading enigma of the trouble being caused She has numerous unhappy situations Bone is in no way self-satisfied of herself She in no way appreciates who she is physically Bone constantly thinks she is the most homely dull and the person who causes difficulty in the familyBone thinks of herself as a hideous living thing born I didnt want to be tall I wanted to be beautiful When I was alone I would look down at my obstinate body long legs no hips and the slightest swell where Dedee and Temple had big round breasts I had nothing to be proud of Gawky strong ugly why couldnt I be pretty Bone is very much concerned about her appearance Appearance is not the only thing that matters in life Everybody should cherish the way they are granted by the god If bone changes the way of her thinking she will acquire a lot from her life All of me was ugly pasty and numb-nothing like uncle James girls in their white nylon crinolines and blue satin hair ribbons They were the kind of girls people really wanted No part of me was that worship dreamy-eyed storybook girlchild no part of me was beautiful I could see why daddy Glen was hateful to me This is really sad because Bone thinks just because she is not pretty as other girls she doesnt fit in relationship to people in the world She thinks that because of her being hard-featured people are being prejudice against her Bone should not care who she is physically because inside is what mattersBone sees herself as an intensely loathing individual and she continuously blames herself for everything that goes wrong in the relations What was it I had
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