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Wild Swans-Psychological Approach When reading Wild Swans one might interpret Rose in two different ways as a victim or an accomplice It would be easy to say that Rose was an innocent victim in the situation but looking deeper into the matter one would see that she was really the accomplice Rose unconsciously desired for the minister to aid her in her journey to womanhood therefore making her an accomplice in the situation as much as the minister Rose may have felt the need to prove to her mother in her own mind that she is capable of making her own decisions She was unwilling to let her mother Flo warn her about the dangers of the real world and wanted to see things for herself She did not believe anything Flo said on the subject of sex Munro 460 Rose is already preparing for her journey into womanhood because she is ready to think for herself Even if her thoughts arent the right ones they are hers and hers alone and she feels that in making her own decisions she can face the consequences that follow In anything Flo told her or warned about she consciously shoved it aside and decided to be her own person and think her own way This step that Rose takes in wanting to make her own decisions aids in her becoming an accomplice in her train escapade with the minister Roses curiosity with what the minister was doing leads to her complete journey into her newly named skin At the beginning of the train ride with the minister Rose felt uncomfortable with having the ministers hand barely touching her leg let alone it being further up her thigh With each advancing movement that the ministers hand took up Roses thigh the more curious she would become as to what would happen But there is more to it than that Curiosity More constant more imperious than any lust
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