Analysis Of Ashes By Susan Beth Pfeffer

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The role of parents in a child’s life is an irreplaceable one. Children are shaped by what they see their parents do and how they see them act. Children can choose to pattern themselves after what they see their parents do or they can choose to avoid being like their parents. In the story ‘Ashes’ by Susan Beth Pfeffer, Recent research shows, fathers affect the lives of their young adult daughters in intriguing and occasionally surprising ways. Ashes’ father can be mostly described as a good parent. Ashes’ father possess qualities that could justified him as a good parent rather than a bad one. Most of the things that make him a bad parent are things he can’t help or that take some time to fix, such as poverty and debt. What makes him a bad
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