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Quiet as it's kept, there were no marigolds in the fall of 1941. With

these lines, Morrison's child narrator, Claudia MacTeer, invites the reader into a troubling secret: the incestuous rape of her 11-year-old friend Pecola. What are the advantages of telling Pecola's story from another child's point of view?

Quiet as it's kept, there were no marigolds in the fall of 1941. With these lines, Morrison's child narrator, Claudia MacTeer, invites the reader
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