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compromise her sense of self. Her ardent sense of independence is portrayed by her refusal to hold on to a lover. As a woman Molly is considered to be a quadruple threat to those around her: she is drop dead beautiful highly intelligent "But she was intelligent and I had lived long enough to know that's the cause for celebration " athletic and fiercely funny (Brown 168). She typically uses these advantages to pursuing and achieves personal goals. She tends to champion equality for women and all people. This belief resulted in a conflict which she frequently encounters as she grows to an adult and aspiring filmmaker. In the entire novel Molly struggles against personal and institutional prejudices of the traditional society to accomplish her dream. She remains optimistic concerning her possible achievement if not about the amendment of society. Her pluckiness in the face of adversity gives a clear distinction between other characters in the novel. Molly being a sharp child came up with ...

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