In the Time of the Butterflies

Why does Minerva insist on meeting her half-sisters and why does she insist on an education for them?

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Minerva knows that her father was a philanderer. Still, these sisters are her blood. Minerva knows the value of education for a girl. Without education a girl is relegated to a life of servitude. Without education a girl has no power over her life, her body or her potential.