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Rubyfruit Jungle is an amazing novel about a girl named Molly who I see as breaking free from societal norms with no shame I think Molly sets a terrific example for people today As I read I felt exhilarated by the sense of freedom and shamelessness that was within Molly I am not fully speaking of this in the sense that people should all feel compelled to be attracted to the opposite sex through Mollys example I am however saying that people should follow Mollys example of not being ashamed of who they truly are inside and the things that they want to do in their lives If everyone goes through life not living how they want to live and not doing the things they love to do then they wont truly live at all In some ways I saw Molly as modeling Sula in Toni Morrisons book She had an air of arrogance to her at times just as I saw Sula possessing Like Sula Molly took off to better her life and left her family behind Also like Sula Molly at times hurt people by her harsh honesty However one thing that set Molly and Sula apart was Mollys willingness to return to her mother with whole heartedness whereas Sula after returning home treated her loved ones with utter disrespect at times not even realizing that she was in the wrong Molly has a fire in her that so many people admire and others shy away from scared that if they followed in showing their true feelings that they may cause unnecessary conflicts in their life If only people could bring themselves to break free of living by the norms of society and set their own norms Or possibly just defy the norms without any thought about it I feel that entirely too many people hide who they really are just for the sake of following everyone else Its as if people believe
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