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It is a semi-autobiographical novel. The story is set in the author’s hometown of Greenville, South Carolina.
Ruth Anne “Bone” Boatwright is the narrator of the story. The story revolves around the central character and narrator, Bone, beginning with a conflict between Bone and Glen, her mother’s husband.
The mother-child relationships have been thoroughly examined in the novel. It also explores and examines the expectations of gender.
The story also explores the roles of the major characters in the future. Class conditions, race, sexuality, and gender are some of the major themes of the novel. Bone’s relationships with others are described on the basis of class, race, sexuality, and gender.
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Chapter One: Introduction
Chapter Two: Plot Summary
Chapter Three: Characters
Chapter Four: Complete Summary
Chapter Five: Thematic Analysis