These restrictions imposed on women produced a fear that being female and daring to achieve was to venture into dangerous territory—to transgress. The outcome of the novella illustrates the unability of such opaque identities in her contemporary American South. She could not envision acceptance of womanhood, because she never found it herself. She displayed an ambivalent sexuality and frequently identified with the masculine.
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