Lions Of Little Rock Character Analysis

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One of the things that makes the Lions of Little Rock such a revolutionary and fruitful novel for theme is how it plays with the ideas of freedom. The main character Marlee starts off the novel with a reluctant and cynical perception of community, but decides to make a change after meeting Liz. Liz provides to Marlee what not even she can, and that’s the receptive comfort of loving Marlee for who she is. Liz, at least to me, is one of the most cultured and thorough characters to be penned in a book because she invokes a sense of real happiness. One beautiful example that ties the two together is when they are separated. Essentially what happens is that Marlee goes over to Liz ' house in order to create posters for the WEC to push for schools
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