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My Hope Is Constant In Thee 352-353 What gives a mother greater hopes than her offspring To see in her child the hopes and dreams of the future while her own begin to fade with her age Prin Logan christened Princess lost her only child but adopted the orphan Morag Gunn who as a grown woman gave birth to Pique In this essay I will focus on the relationship between Morag and Prin and the effects it had on the former throughout her life - especially when it comes to her relationship with her daughter Pique The first time Morag meets Prin there is no identification She is immediately turned down by Prins appearance She is so fat - can she be a person24 Instead of seeing in Prin a comforter a supplement mother a grown up person she sees a large woman with whom she has difficulties connecting She seems to be in a state of shock for some time because the first year with Prin and Christie her memories do not exist at all 25 The first sign of Morags affection for Prin is also her first sign of guilt for loathing her large stepmother She hates going to the store to get doughnuts for Prin because of the bad talk she hears there Prin who has then already begun to slip into a world of her own apologizes for not taking better care of Morag and confesses to having lost a child herself Morag is shocked and for the first time discovers a similarity between herself and Prin which is the desire in every woman to have a child Morag realizes she has not exactly been the model daughter and she is also sorry Prins good good good36 In the coming years Prin gets more distant and Morag gets more ashamed of her with every pound she puts on The church is the only place where they go together When Morag
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