Lily goes to pick up Rosaleen, and she ultimately has to sneak Rosaleen out of the hospital. He has aspirations to become a lawyer. Being able to see his viewpoint is the final step in Lily's growing into a young woman who believes in her worth and can love others. He is an abusive father and only cares about himself, his dog and his business. The director Prince-Brythewood did a great job at making us care about the characters, even the miserable father played excellently by Paul Bettany.
Lily and Rosaleen successfully get a ride to Tiburon and spend a night in the woods. These endless accounts are proven by the amount of important biological diversity that is being lost to the surrounding environment due to these threats of human development and population growth. Many believe that going to church every Sunday is enough. That night, Lily trashes the honey house out of anger. In this scene she also finally confronts the truth about her mother--Lily learns that she is truly responsible for killing her mother. As suggested in various epigraphs, Lily is wandering senselessly like a bee without a queen. On one outing to put honey jars in an office, Zach runs into his friend and two other boys.
It is also an informed decision. Zach gets arrested after one of his friends, who they had met at the store, throws a coke bottle at a white man and none of them will tell who did it. Lily, who has been lost without a queen, finds a series of new queens in the new women in her life as well as in Mary. August was her mother's nanny, and helped raise her. Rosaleen goes with Lily, after being broken out of the hospital, on a journey to learn about Lily's mom.
However, history combined with a fair amount of spunk and resourcefulness on Lily's end soon force her into far more exceptional circumstances. She grapples with a lot of the stuff that most teenagers do: identity, popularity, self-consciousness regarding her appearance, and parental issues. Lily persuades him to let her stay with the Boatwrights, with whom she realizes she has many mothers. Smells Like Teen Angst Then, there's the other typical teen angst stuff. All her life, she has accused herself and beaten herself up mentally for her mother's death. Ray in the pink house. So, with the Boatwrights and Rosaleen, Lily finally gets the warm, loving home she's always wanted, with a whole team of mothers looking out for her.
She is fourteen years old, and she lives in Sylvan, South Carolina, with her abusive father, T. Deborah is buried in Virginia. This is what I know about myself. On the way to register, Rosaleen gets harassed by local racist white men. The lessons her father taught her about race are slowly proven wrong, and one notion after another falls.
Together, Lily and Rosaleen run away to Tiburon, South Carolina and find a welcoming community. This decision is different than the one she made when she ran away because it is a permanent decision. Among his first steps in that direction is his decision to attend a white high school. Her age is unknown, but she is from another city in South Carolina. She meets the family of three black sisters. Still in a bit of a funk, Lily does not accompany Rosaleen to register to vote in Tiburon. A description of spiritual growth and development My Surgery Three years ago God drew me near to Him.
He allows the white men to beat Rosaleen both outside and inside the jail. Most importantly, August hands Lily a photo of Deborah and Lily smiling at each other. May found great sadness in the pain of others. At the end of the novel, he realizes that keeping Lily in his house would just remind him of Deborah, so he leaves her with the Boatwrights. No one actually puts in time to read the Bible or pray for themselves. It received critical acclaim and was a.
It is not until the Daughters participate in the ritual of massaging Our Lady with honey that Lily cheers up. Ray she makes the decision not to live with him any longer. She imagines her mother romantically, doing things ideal mothers do, like brushing Lily's hair. Lily goes to Tilburon in search of her mother, not knowing whether her mother had really been there. He is out of town when Zach is jailed, which delays Zach's release. Rosaleen is considered a static character. Their ensuing argument turned into a physical fight during which Deborah got a gun.
She then meets Zach who wants to pursue a career as a lawyer and August who chooses to work as a beekeeper. Lily receives support and love from August and the community like the bees, though it is a secret to the rest of the world. All of these things are what one would think of when reading the book, The Secret Life of Bees. To escape her lonely life and troubled relationship with her father T-Ray, Lily flees with Rosaleen, her caregiver and friend, to a South Carolina town that holds the secret to her mother's past. Ray got into a fight, which resulted in four-year-old Lily picking up a gun and accidentally shooting Deborah, killing her. She watches June's ongoing flirtations with, and refusals of marriage to, her boyfriend Neil.