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With the white scar also came a great burden of self-consciousness. A major step in Walker's life occurred after the white scar was removed with surgery, and most of her sadness left with it. "Almost immediately I become a different person from the girl who does not raise her head. Or so I think" (Walker 4)...
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Or so I think" (Walker 4). She went on to tell of the great things in life that she was proud of, including her boyfriend, friends, and confidence. However, the lingering feeling of judgment was never far from her mind. The last transition between hate and love for herself occurred when her infant daughter comments on the fact that the scarred eye looked like a world...
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