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Shiloh by Bobbie Ann Mason represents a change over the course of a young womans life Bobbie Ann Mason use Norma Jean to help clarify that relationship can fail and that roles do change in todays relationships Mason uses the Character Norma Jean who was forced to marry at a young age sees a new path as the modern days draw near Norma Jean is a dynamic character she is a woman who has low confidence very dependent on her mother her husband and is motivated to change her life As time passes she becomes a dynamic character begins to change from being dependent on everyone to a woman who is very independent and gains confidence on herself Norma Jean has many traumatic events in her life The expositions begins at the age of eighteen she was pregnant and was forced to marry Leroy the babys father because of the southern tradition The raising action takes over when the baby Randy was four months and three days Randy died of sudden infant death syndrome as Marble thinks Randy died of neglect As they took Randy to the emergency room the doctor told them it just happens sometimes Mason 671 The conflicts takes place when she realizes that here she was married to a man that she made a mistake with and lost the baby that brought them together What would happen to them now Would they stay together or would they go their own ways The climax began when she has to dealing with her husband and the death of her child Norma Jeans mother is very controlling over her life Norma Jean is often felt intimidated by her mother When her mother visits she inspects the closest and then the plants informing Norma Jean when a plant is droopy or yellow Mason 672 When Norma Jean was thirty-four her mother caught her smoking Mable does not lie the fact that her daughter is smoking
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