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Dana Roiban In my opinion, her mother represents the icon of the perfect woman, as it was sketched by society and she hated the fact that she couldn’t/wanted to be like that. Also, she knows that her mother could never understand and agree with her perception regarding men and women, marriage and children. Her mother has a subtle way to suggest Esther what is good or wrong or what she should do in certain situations and that’s another thing that annoyed her.
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