In the Time of the Butterflies

Why does Dedé shy away from involvement with the underground? What does her reluctance tell us about her priorities in life? What does Dedé value most?


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Dede wants to stay away from involvement in the underground because she has no desore to put her family in danger. Her reluctance points toward the fact that her husband and children are her main priority. The thing Dede values most is her family.


In the Time of the Butterflies