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Most people in our society do not live up to their potential This is not for the lack of desire to be the best rather it is often the fact that our personal consciousness creates barriers to keep this from happening For whatever reason very few people become the person that they want to be In The Tutors Daughter the main character Emma Smallwood struggles with this concept the same as anybody else Throughout the book her challenge is to overcome her past and what others expect of her even what she expects of herself She needs to allow herself to become all she can be As a tutors daughter Emma does not grow up in the way she might have hoped Her home is always full of young obnoxious boys who seem to be determined to make her life miserable Her mother dies when she is young forcing her to grow up quickly and become independent Her father suffering from depression over the death of his wife becomes distant leaving her in many ways alone with nobody to talk to Although her life is not perfect she is a naturally resilient person She searches for things to help her and often she finds these things in unexpected peopleThe first of these such people is Emmas Aunt Jane who lives next door Jane is a source of strength and comfort to Emma In fact through Janes past mistakes Emma gains some valuable advice Jane is an owner of her own school for girls One of her greatest regrets is that she never had her adventure she never traveled and she never got married Emma and her father leave their home because of an opportunity they take to tutor two boys Rowan and Julian in their own home During this time Emma struggles with thoughts about if she will follow her aunts example and never marry or to let somebody into her life who can make
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