The Secret Life Of Bees By Sue Monk Kidd

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Secret Life of Bees Essay
“The Secret Life of Bees” by Sue Monk Kidd explores the way of life through the metaphor of a bee’s. Bees represent people and their lives within a home that no one may notice. A range of characters are developed throughout the story from a young girl who escapes a troubled home to a black woman who leads a honey company during the Civil Rights Movement. However, the character I particularly admire is May, a black woman who cares for all creatures while dealing with severe depression.
May Boatright was a twin to April Boatright who sadly committed suicide years before. The book explains how twins have a special connection of when one is affected the other is too in the same way. The death of her twin killed May

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