This is in the first 100 pages of the book. Please keep the answer short. Thank you for your time.
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Nothing bothered Sethe more than the men who raped her. It wasn't the act, they were every atrocity she could imagine...... they were worse than anything that could happen. The father and son were "the lowest yet," and no feelings could compare with the disgust she felt for those men.