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Lena Lingards change In the first half of the book Lena evolves slowly but surely as she moves from the country to the little town of black hawk her progress is shown with the other working girls yet its more concentrated on by the author I believe to show the importance of this character to the story Yet in the second half of the book Lena evolver into a business woman hardly distinguishable from any other person in her city San Francisco this change is much more abrupt and also much more anticipated than her previous change All in all Lena made her way from a socially misfit farm girl to a socially embraced businesswoman but this change didnt happen overnight she as the book progressed evolved not just physically but mentally as well Lenas physical changes were always first to be seen everything else was always talked about afterwards Expressed here in book two chapter four and there she was brushed and smoothed and dressed like a town girl smiling at us with perfect composure Jim cannot believe the change that has taken place in such a short period of time The move from country to city has changed at the very least Lenas outside appearance shes in a new dress which shows her evolution this setting change shows that Lena is maturing from a menacing girl to an accepted adolescent Though not an embraced individual Lena is now more or less received as a normal person under the eyes of Black Hawk its only later when shes embraced as a person and a business woman In Lincoln she finally blended in with society as shown in book three chapter two she was so quietly conventionalized by her city clothes that I might have passed her on the street without seeing her Even years after she first showed up in Black Hawk changed as she was she hadnt reached this point Lincoln changed
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