The Bean Trees


Jack Butler wrote for the New York Times, "The Bean Trees is as richly connected as a fine poem, but reads like realism."[4]

Kingsolver employs irony in order to emphasize the changes to Taylor's lifestyle by the end of the novel.[2] She also uses the evokes Westward expansion through Taylor's symbolic move to the west.[2]

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