The Secret Life of Bees Quotes by Sue Monk Kidd(page 8 of 10)
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Lily says this in the beginning of the novel during the exposition. Do you have any idea how smart you are? Henry, p. Ray and that believing in someone can be very powerful. After Mrs. Henry says this to Lily, Lily believes she can be a writer and practices whenever she can.
The Civil Rights Act is often regarded as having ushered in a new era of American history. With it the U. On the contrary, after the Civil Rights Act, racist whites in many parts of the United States regarded it as their duty to continue harassing and excluding black people. As Lily sees it, African Americans are the victims of an endless series of tragedies. In the course of the book, black characters are arrested without grounds, beaten by the police, harassed by racist townspeople, etc. If there is an antidote to racism in The Secret Life of Bees , it is understanding—specifically, the understanding of whites.
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I didn't know whether to be excited for her or worried. All people ever talked about after church were the Negroes and whether they'd get their civil rights. Who was winning—the white people's team or the colored people's team?
Her father, T. Ray, is a harsh and unloving peach farmer who punishes Lily unreasonably and does not fulfil his father like position. She empathizes with them as they are stuck and. Sue Monk Kidd is a writer from Southern Georgia. She is best known for her most influential piece of writing, The Secret Life of Bees, which has found its way into many classrooms across the country. Many of her fiction novels have tackled controversial and well known issues and themes of the South over the course of history.