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I am not Esther - Fleur Beale Q1: Describe a character relationship in your text and explain why this relationship is important.
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I am not Esther - Fleur Beale
Q1: Describe a character relationship in your text and explain why this relationship is important.
In the book "I am not Esther" by Fleur Beale, character Kirby sent to live with her uncle and his family in a cult. The character relationship between Kirby and Uncle Caleb is very controlling and tense.
Kirby is first introduced to Uncle Caleb in the motel when she and her mother stop over to sleep there. Kirby's mother explains to Kirby that she is going to be sent to her uncle who lives in a cult. Uncle Caleb and his son Daniel come to pick up Kirby to take her to the cult. When I the cult, at first the relationship between Kirby and Uncle Caleb was very tense. Uncle Caleb would make the whole family pray for Kirby every time she disobeyed the family. Uncle Caleb has a very demanding attitude and must have it his way.
Further on into the book we start to see Kirby giving into Uncle Caleb's ways. We she first arrives to the cult the family decide to replace her name with Esther.
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