Chapter Eight's Epigraph In The Secret Life Of Bees

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Chapter eight’s epigraph in The Secret Life of Bees explains how isolation can tear a family apart whether it be bees or humans. To begin, the main representatives from the epigraph would be August, June, and May characterizing the honeybee sisters, and May portraying the honeybee left in the dark, or isolated from the truth. When August and June decided to not tell May of the incidents going on, for her well being, the sisters did not see it as a problem. in their minds, as long as May didn 't find out, she would be fine, but when she did it was worse than ever could be imagined. Instead of expressing her emotion by sobbing, singing, rocking, and tugging she sat silently and limply, her eyes glazed over as if nothing made it through

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