In the Time of the Butterflies

how does minerva seem defiant and independent from a young age?


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Minerva is Independent, outspoken, and determined from a young age. Minerva is good at arguing and outwitting people even when she is a child. She was always driven to go to school and achieve an education. She is the most outspoken and driven out of all of her sisters.