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Transcript of Taylor
"I've just spent about the last eight or nine months trying to convince her that nobody would hurt her again. Why would she believe me now?" (226).
"When I looked in the rear view mirror I caught sight of [Turtle] on Esperanza's lap, playing with Esperanza's hair and trying on Esperanza's glasses. Later I saw them playing a clapping-hands game. The two of them looked perfectly content," (265).
"...if I got caught I could get five years in prison and a $2,000 fine for each illegal person I was assisting, which in this case would be two. To tell the truth, I couldn't even let these things enter my head," (247).
The Bean Trees
, Kingsolver illustrates that awareness of others' importance leads to blindness to self-importance through Taylor's caring demeanor.
By the end of the book, Taylor realizes her own importance to Turtle as a mother and continues to care for others in a selfless way.