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Eliza Naumne the central character in the novel Bee Season by Myla Goldberg is an eight year old girl that goes though an extensive growing period though-out the course of the novel The reader is given insight on her development through the narrative of third person omniscient She starts the novel as an average child and becomes a champion speller hence the title bee season Eliza starts the novel as nothing and ends as something Eliza Naumann develops mentally through-out the course of the novel Eliza goes though an extensive growth period though out the novel she starts the novel as an average child Eliza is in the remedial class at McKinley elementary school which everyone knows all the unimpressive fifth graders are put1 Eliza thinks she is a mediocre child yet generally children placed in those classes dont think about the fact they are mediocre The reader is therefore positioned to view Eliza as an intelligent child Saul Elizas father visits Dr Morris the principal of McKinley elementary to exasperate the fact that Eliza is in the Remedial classes at school where as the Naumann family have always been place in the gifted classes At this point Eliza develops from being an average student to a miss diagnosed genius Elizas self-esteem is very low being placed in the remedial classes for the past three years which is why she is to afraid to give the letter of invitation to the District spelling bee to her father Instead she places the letter under her fathers study door This act not thought out properly places Eliza under the child category Elizas first spelling bee exposes Elizas intellect The attention Saul gives Eliza whilst the reader finds out Eliza is gifted develops Elizas character Saul pays extra special attention to Eliza which intern continually builds her self-esteem and allows Eliza to have faith in herself Eliza can sense herself changing She has often felt that her outsides
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