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After the death of her mother Mary Willis Tweedy was very heartbroken She went into many weeks of mourning and nobody thought that she would ever recover Mary Willis was very dependent on her mother However Mary Willis did emotionally mature greatly in the course of this novel In the beginning of this novel Mary Willis was very laid back When Grandpa Blakeslee told her to do something she did it with no questions asked She rarely voiced her opinions Grandpa Blakeslee could literally do anything and she would just take it On page 5 Grandpa Blakeslee said Shes dead as shell ever be aint she Well aint she Mary Willis never said anything about it which shows that she is so timid that she will let him be mean to her mother That is actually very surprising considering the fact that she was very close to her mother Also she did not accept Grandpa Blakeslees marriage to Miss Love she was very immature by just ignoring Love She could have been a little nicer to Love and supported their marriage Instead she talked about Love behind her back ignored her and did not help her out at all In chapter 32 Hoyt Tweedy was trying to get Mary Willis to go to New York She did not want to go because she was still mourning She was also scared of what people would say She said You know I caint go Hoyt It would scandalize the town Will Tweedy was trying to get her to go too He said Granny would want you to Not long before she took sick she told me how happy she was about you getting this nice trip In fact the whole town thought it would be a good break for her she just did not know it However she decided to go anyway She showed maturity by not caring what people thought Right after that Grandpa announced that
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