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In what ways has Frank been changed by the experiences he undergoes in the novel?

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Written by American novelist Toni Morrison, Home tells the story of Frank Money, a twenty-four-year-old black Korean war veteran, who journeys across America to save his younger sister Cee from an abortion doctor who is experimenting on her. Frank and Cee were both neglected by their parents and Frank has always seen himself as Cee’s guardian.

"I hugged her shoulders tight and tried to pull her trembling into my own bones because, as a brother four years older, I thought I could handle it.”

Frank is originally from Texas but moved to Lotus, Georgia when he was a very young boy. He was bored with his home town and joined the army, after the Korean war started, with his two best friends, Stuff...

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