The Bean Trees

"In Tucson, it was clear that there was nobody overlooking us all. We should just have to find our own way" (pg 47.) In what ways does the above passage suggest to the reader that life for Taylor in Tuscan will be different than life Kentucky?


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My page numbers don't seem to match with the publication your using, but I believe Taylor is alluding to the fact that she has no family in Tucson, and no one to turn to if she needs help. Thus, they'll be on their own and when problems arise she'll have to step up to the plate to solve them herself.


The Bean Trees