Hagar as a Holy Terror, "The Stone Angel" by Margaret Laurence
Hagar is a "holy Terror" But does she also arouse pity, Hagar seems to try to avoid pity right throughout the novel, as she believes that a proud woman is not pitied. Although she does like to be pitied, she does not like to shed tears, however she almost cries on a bus when a young teenage girl gets up and gives Hagar her seat, "I scarcely nod my thanks, fearing she'll see my unseemly tears." Hagar does not really know how to deal with emotions, as she has never really expressed them.
There are many missteps that lead to Hagar's ruin.
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