Question for The Inhabited Woman, part 1 : LUSENET : nonwesternlit : One Thread

Why was Lavinia so against the life that her parents had wanted her to persue, getting married and being a housewife and mother, and is this why she does see or talk to them?

-- Anonymous, September 18, 2000


Lavinia never felt loved by her parents. Her Aunt raised her and cared about her. Her parents were worried more about their social roles and how they were perceived. When ever the spoke except a little before the end it was always about how her parents were hurt with Lavinia not being like them.

-- Anonymous, September 24, 2000

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