St. Lucy Character Analysis

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Given these points, Claudette’s exposure to St. Lucy has made her confined on the way she talked and acted unlike before when she was wild, exuberant and carefree. She changed from overturning dresser drawers to the point that her own mother couldn’t even recognize her. As a end result, she cared more about her appearance and she started to filter her actions and words. Therefore, St. Lucy had stripped away Claudette’s personality and her culture identity, replacing both of them with set expectations that were placed onto her.
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