Taylor Greer The feisty protagonist of the novel

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Taylor Greer  The feisty protagonist of the novel. Taylor's real name is Marietta (Missy) Greer. A  strong-willed and unpredictable young woman, she leaves her Kentucky home to begin a new life for  herself. After her car breaks down in Oklahoma, she finds herself with a little girl to care for. She and  the little girl, Turtle, end up in Tucson, Arizona. Taylor blossoms and matures as she becomes a  caring mother and friend, learns about human rights and social injustice, and risks her life for people  in need. Alice Jean Stamper Greer  Taylor's mother, who supports herself and Taylor by working as a  housekeeper for wealthy people. She maintains a positive attitude despite hard work and the  responsibility of raising a child alone. Her love enables Taylor to become self-confident and  independent. Foster Greer 
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course ENG 1320 taught by Professor Bost during the Fall '09 term at Texas State.

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