What is the importance of Ethel in the book, especially in relation to Frank and Cee?
In Toni Morrison’s Home , Ethel serves as a model of the new American woman, one who is self-sufficient and respected in society and thus feels a sense of self-worth. Ethel comes into Cee’s life at a time when she is struggling to overcome both physical and emotional hardship, and she helps her...
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