[ epub pdf ] Marigolds Author Eugenia Collier – Selindameditasyon.com Home Marigolds Eugenia Collier10 on Marigolds The story of a young girl who destroys a bed of flowers 10 thoughts on “Marigolds” This book left me in tears of frustration Is it really possible to hate a good book By good I mean well written, not enjoyable.I loved the voice of the narrator, but despised the main character who was in fact the narrator Who would have thought a 14 going on 15 year old girl could be so cruel How could Lisbeth taunt old Miss Lottie and tease her slow son Why would she be so hateful To trample old Miss Lottie s marigolds that she toiled over for so long, to rip them up by the fistful when This book le Reply Perhaps this book isn t meant to be taken at surface view The writer intends to pass something deeper Lisabeth the so most appearing character in the book destroys an old woman s only beauty amidst her other olden things her house is said to be falling The Marigolds are destroyed by Lisabeth at night and therebefore she d also made incitations for her friends to throw pebbles at the marigolds and make notsogood chants at the old lady mrs lottie.The book is rather deep in context taking how t Perhaps this boo Reply Very sweet and short. Reply Miss Lottie s marigolds were perhaps the strangest part of the picture Certainly they did not fit in with the crumbling decay of the rest of her yard Beyond the dusty brown yard, in front of the sorry gray house, rose suddenly and shockingly a dazzling strip of bright blossoms, clumped together in enormous mounds, warm and passion and sun golden The old black witch woman worked on them all summer, every summer, down on her creaky knees, weeding and cultivating and arranging, while the house c Miss Lottie s marigolds were Reply This was a sad story, but a quick, meaningful read. Reply This is a coming of age story And just like all other similar stories, growing up comes at the expense of pain and of learning a very harsh lesson What does it usually take to mature A struggle A loss To Lizabeth, it was her own cruel actions towards Miss Lottie, actions over a summer, but whose consequences will last a lifetime. Reply I love this story very much Reply 3.75 Reply I mmad on how the main character acted. Reply I just finished this story in school, and I have a lot of thoughts Lizabeth seems, in the text, younger than 14 I m 14 I don t have the inner dialogue of an 8 year old Lizabeth is in high school and she still spends all her time with little kids doing little kid things A 7 year old tearing up Miss Lottie s flowers I could get Little kids do dumb stuff At this age, though, you know it s wrong and downright cruel I think most of us have empathy down by seventh grade and yet she doesn t wha I just finished this story in school, and I have a lot of thoughts Lizabeth Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.