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Sethe is the novel's main character, and yes, I like her. She proves herself to be the strongest of women, regardless of what has happened in her past and the things that have shaped her into the woman she becomes. Sethe rises over adversity and comes to terms with the unforgivable things she's done in response to a never-ending plight of sorrow. She learns from her family history, commits sins she can't explain, and yet she does it for all of the right reasons. The reader can abhor her actions but still understand them even if it's impossible to excuse them. Sethe doesn't invoke feelings of dislike or disgust in the reader; she invokes pity.