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Revelation A33sources is evident.idea is absent.with an ineffective voice.of sources and the conventions of a research paper.The Road to Self-discoveryWomen can decide to undergo a journey for many reasons: to escape, to seek a new way of life, to find adventure, to find love, to discover oneself or to simply keep moving. In the novel The Bean Trees by Barbara Kingsolver, Taylor who is the main character sets off on a journey for all these reasons. On her journey to self-discovery, Taylor Greer manages to overcome her weaknesses “the beans” that are continually revealed throughout the novel represent Taylor’s life. When Taylor takes a close look at the reality of her life is the first part of the novel where the beans were introduced. “I had never done anything more interesting for a living than… picking bugs off somebody’s bean vines for a penny a piece.” So far what we can observe is that the beans so far are a symbol of Taylor’s weakness, as she and the beans are both of poor quality.Successively, Taylor and Turtle are in the garden “For the next half hour, she sat quietly between the squash hills, playing with her own beans. Finally, she buried them there on the spot where they were all to be forgotten, until… a ferocious thicket of beans cam plowing up through the squashes.”. The beans are becoming more significant to the characters in the novel, since they are truly beginning to echo Taylor’s life. Taylor has begun her life without a great impact on