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the stone angel Why did Hagar become such a bitter old lady In the novel The Stone Angel by Margaret Laurence the main character Hagar becomes a very bitter person due to the circumstances that she encounters In the following paragraphs it will be proven that Hagar the hag became such a bitter old lady because of her family the death that plagued her life and her economic stature Through her relationships and hardships Hagars life is changed forever Hagar had a tough time with her family when she was growing up from her father that wouldnt let her run her own life to her drunk of a husband First off Hagars father Jason Curie treated her like a possession and a little kid at the same time Anyways no daughter of mine is going out there alone Youll not teach miss44 In a way you can see that he loves her in his own manner but his way of showing it is very old fashioned he treats like a possession and not a person There were times when he showed that he loves her Hagar I was clever in school and father was pleased Sometimes when I got a star for my work hed give me a paper of button candies or a handful of those lozenges that bore sugary messages - Be mine you beauty 13 Overall Hagars father helps her to become a bitter old hag Hagars Husband Bram Shipley was the first thing that Hagar ever stood up to her father for Hagars father disapproved of Hagar and Brams plan to get married but Hagar was in love and didnt care Jason Cure has he touched you I was to startled to reply Has he Father demanded has he You will marry no one 48 Hagar went against her father wishes which made him angry and at the wedding Hagars father and brother didnt show up to the
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