“We Have Always Lived in the Castle”

“We Have Always Lived in the Castle”
In the book “We Have Always Lived in the Castle” The writer Karen J. Hall states Constance and Merricat are victims of sexual abuse perpetrated by the patriarch himself John Blackwood and maybe others in the family. The girls used food as a way to fight the patriarchy by making it into poison and by controlling what foodstuffs would enter their bodies, a way of wresting control over their bodies. Do you agree with this idea or not? Have the girls been sexually violated or not? If so, you need proof from the text to support your idea. If not, then you need to say why and point out your proof from the text. I also want you to skim an article “Rape, the All-American Crime” by Susan Griffin.
It’s at this link: https://www.unz.org/Pub/Ramparts-1971sep-00026 Just skim it and see if you can find some factual evidence on rape as it pertains to young girls. Use a quote.”
So here are the citations at the Works Cited list: Include this info from Hall not as a quote itself, but just as info. It’s like a reference without an actual quote.

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