Theme Of Marigolds By Eugenia Collier

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Have you ever read the book marigolds? There are many themes that describe the story. During the Great Depression of the 1930s, millions of americans experienced proverty due to widespread unemployment . in age of racial segregation and prejudice, they generally had less jobs opportunities.the author Eugenia collier was raised in Baltimore, Maryland.she became a college professor and began writing. in this essay i will show you the themes and matters of teens lives. The first theme is there is beauty in life if you just see the book the girl questioned why have such beautiful flowers in front of such a ugly house? At that point she did not understand, but as she got older she began to understand why she planted such pretty flowers.
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