Despite her mother’s wishes, Jackson was anything but a beautiful fool. The constant struggle against her mother’s negative feedback towards the person she wanted Jackson to be, influenced the view she had about women being capable to do more with their lives. Most of the characters in Jackson’s stories are, not surprisingly, women. It's been argued that Jackson created women characters... ... middle of paper ... ...nheimer, Judy. "Chapter 1."
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