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Jacob have I loved but Esau have I hated This is the quote that defines the entire book Jacob Have I Loved by Katherine Patterson The main character of this book Sara Louise has many admirable and many non-admirable qualities She is very much like a man Also she is very jealous and resentful of her beautiful and loved twin Caroline In addition she is very smart person In this book Sara Louise is like a man jealous and resentful and very smart Sara Louise is more like a man than a woman in many ways Instead of doing things that most girls do like knitting she goes out in the bay in her skiff a boat and catches crabs with her friend McCall She is so unladylike that her friend McCall and her sister Caroline call her Wheeze which is not a suggesting name to ladylike traits Here is a quote from the book demonstrating how Caroline calls her Wheeze but Sara Louise doesnt like her calling her that Her face grew dark Oh Wheeze she began to apologize Call me no longer Wheeze but Sara Louise I said grandly in the darkness casting off the nickname she had diminished me with since we were two Also her hands were very uncared for and torn up Sara Louise even says The nails were broken and none too clean the cuticles ragged There was a crack of red at the edge of my index finger where a hangnail had been chewed away Those are the reasons that Sara Louise is more like a man at times than a woman Along with having the non-admirable trait of being like a man she was a very jealous and resentful of her twin Caroline In the book Sara Louise is so resentful and jealous of her perfect twin Caroline that when Caroline takes away chances for Sara Louise to do something in her life it drives
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