Choices In Toni Morrison's Tangerine

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Choices are a part of everyday life. Sometimes, what people feel is the right option at the time may regret it later or have someone else bring the harsh truth about the choice to their attention. Also, that mistake could deeply affect another person by changing their view on themselves, life, or the way others think of them. For example, in the book Tangerine, the protagonist, Paul, has poor eyesight but doesn’t know why. Instead of telling him the truth, his parents decide to keep it a secret. This decision influenced Paul by making him overreact to questions about his sight, making him hate himself, and making others think he’s ignorant. At the beginning of the book, Paul moves to a county called Lake Windsor Downs and he starts attending
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