Theme Of Maturity In Jillian Horton's 'The Bicycle'

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The Bicycle Essay During the stages of maturity, one often meets a variety of people and is often forced to experience different situations. How one thrives depends on if they get through these obstacles safely and learns to grasp these opportunities life has given. In the short story “The bicycle” by Jillian Horton, the main character Hannah demonstrated the idea that she thrived by developing decision-making skills as she matures through the situations and the conflicts with different people including herself. People’s decisions aren’t always forced through words; they can also be forced to change their opinion through internal pressure. Up to this age, Tante Rose made all the decisions for Hannah including her life goal but as the book

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