Claudia Greene

One of Rachel's deepest disappointments is her inability to have children. How does her inability to conceive precipitate her breakdown? How does the topic of motherhood drive the plot of the story?

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Cora I never would have really considered motherhood as a main part of the story but you do see how it weaves into the lives of all the different characters. Interesting idea.
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