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Orleanna’s story also shows (although less obvious) how straightforward her guilt is, as that is the one emotion that Orleanna seems to keep throughout most of the novel. Ruth May’s okapi story, however, symbolizes her mother as the okapi once she left Nathan because she was scared of the dangers he had to offer and thus went home (for the okapi home is the jungle, for Orleanna it was America)...
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However, the conflict is at last resolved when Ruth May tells her mother that she is forgiven and calms her down. At this point, Ruth May is no longer the innocent child we knew her to be when she was alive, but a mature, discerning adult. Ruth May expresses her wisdom by relaxing her mother and easing her guilt, letting Orleanna know that death was not necessarily worse than living, but it was different...
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