Is Sethe a Character more Deserving of Pity or Scorn in "Beloved"?
To be a person deserving of pity is to be someone who has had a life of horrible and life-changing experiences. In the novel, "Beloved", Sethe, the main character, is an escaped slave shown throughout the story going through many horrific events. Sethe escaped the Sweet Home plantation to Ohio because of the terrible living conditions she endured there as a slave. The journey to Ohio was quite intense, on the way Sethe went into labour, and was forced to give birth to her fourth child in a boat. When Sethe arrived in Ohio, she lived in house number 124. …
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