Juilliard School of Music
Jones School of Music
Jullius School of Music
Harvard School of Music
She thought Louise's mom was cheating on her husband
She thought Louise's mom wasn't married to her son and needed reprimanding from the Bible.
She thought Louise's mom had stolen her husband from her.
She just wanted to annoy Louise's mom until a fight started.
She was in love with Call.
She thought Caroline was too young.
She wanted Call to stay on the island and help her dad, so she could leave and do what she wanted.
She thought Call was too ugly to marry Caroline.
He had abused her when she was young
He never wanted to be friends with her when they were young
He left without saying goodbye to her
He didn't marry her like she had hoped when they were young, but instead ran off.
Since they are old, they're ready to die. Young people never are ready to die.
Since they've grown up they're ready to be adults. Young kids aren't ready.
They'll be ready to leave the island, young people never are.
They're ready to get married, young people aren't ready for that.
Grandma started reading the book of Proverbs about adultry.
Grandma started reading the book of Psalms about a bad, evil women.
Grandma started reading the book of Acts about sinners repenting of their sins.
Grandma started reading the book of 2 Corinthians about love.
To write poetry in Spain
To write a novel in Persia
To write a novel in Peru
To write a novel in Paris
She loves her sister Caroline.
She feels bitter about her parents always doing things for Caroline and not her.
She hates everything about Caroline.
She always feels sacrificial about Caroline.
Angry that her parents never did anything to help her and that her mother wasn't even going to let her leave the island.
Hatred towards Caroline for always stealing the attention from her and always having to be her shaddow.
Sadden by the fact that she will be leaving the island and how much she will miss her parents.
Too gratefull for the one word her mother said that allowed her to leave and begin to build a life of her own not shaddowed by her twin sister Caroline.