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In many stories that we read there are characters that use a thing called their attitude they will use this attitude in a way that they look at the ways they live in the story But these ways are different for each and every character In the story The Bean Trees by Barbra Kingsolver uses this as the theme The way each and every character handles there attitude The different ways they look at this attitude is where it all can varyLou Ann is one of the characters thats actions in the book evolved around the way she looked at attitude in a way that she will only be scared of things and never standing up for herself and being a wimp For example She expected that a divorce would just develop like a pregnancy Lou Ann never really wants any harm to come from her actions In what she says or what she might think She also feels that if does nothing things will change In addition If you all want to go and catch pee-namonia be my guest In this quote she is acting like a worrywart and will never have any fun I seems as though having fun is taking a risk to her Furthermore Im afraid I would just blurt out underpants or something This also supports the theme because it show that the way she looks at her attitude is not the way that if she is careful then nothing will harm her All these quotes prove that Lou Anns attitude is she feels that does not need to have any command over things Or to have any controlling attitude at allA stronger and a more bold character named Mattie is a character deals with attitude in a way that she becomes a mother or teacher like person She feels that a more ancestor like attitude is needed For example Ill run get apple juice I wont be a minute
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