Analysis of Vivian from A Lesson Before Dying

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While Vivian is willing to accept her responsibilities as a mother, teacher, and lover, Grant is unwilling to assume the responsibilities that accompany his roles as nephew, teacher, and lover. Throughout the novel, Grant reiterates his love for Vivian by saying; “I love you,” but never showing actions based on his verbal affections...
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I don’t know what you mean by love. That bed? The cane field? What is love? Tell me what love is.” Vivian says, finally releasing what had been building up. Grant apparently never showed or expressed his love before because at that point he had nothing to say. To Vivian, it seems that love is more than a simple, “I love you”; it’s more of actions...
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