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Place

 

In Kentucky you can never see too far, since there are always mountains blocking the other side of your view, and it left you the chance to think something good might be just over the next hill. But out there on the plain it was all laid out right in front of you...Oklahoma made me feel there was nothing left to hope for.

 

-Taylor

 

Page 12 Chapter 1 (The One to Get Away)

 

 

Character

 

"Estevan and Esperanza are my friends. And, even if they weren't, I cant see why I shouldn't do this. If I saw somebody was going to get hit by a truck I'd push them out of the way. Wouldn't anybody?"

 

-Taylor

 

page 188 Chapter 15 (Night Blooming Cereus)

 

Metaphor

 

"Bean trees," she said, as plainly as if she had been thinking about it all day. We looked where she was pointing. Some of the Wisteria flowers had gone to seed, and all these wonderful long green pods hung down from the branches...It was another miracle. The flower trees were turning into bean trees.

 

-Turtle, Taylor

 

 

Chapter 10 (The Bean Trees)

 

Quote of Novel

 

She watched the dark high way and entertained me with her vegatable soup song, except that now there were people mixed in with the beans and potatoes: Dwayne Raye, Mattie, Esperanza, Lou Ann and all the rest. And me. I was the main ingrdient.

 

-Taylor

 

Pagge 232 Chapter 17 (Rhizobia)

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