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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?

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