South Of Broad Pat Conroy Character Analysis

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In South of Broad by Pat Conroy the theme is appreciate people for who they are. Leo has a very diverse group of best friends that are not accepted by the community at this period of time. Trevor is gay, Sheba likes to sleep around, Ike and Betty are African-Americans in a town that still has not accepted blacks, and Niles and Starla are orphans from the mountains. This group is not exactly a perfect group for most families back in the 60's. In chapter 15 Sheba needs help looking for her brother in San Fransisco who is dying of AIDS. She asks for all of her friends to come and help, without even hesitation they accept. When they went out to San Fransisco there was a chance that they could die, but they all loved Sheba and want to find their
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