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The characterization of Miss Jewsbury, the only adult lesbian in the work, raises an interesting point. Younger than the other church members, Miss Jewsbury supports Jess when the Pastor denounces her for "unnatural passions." This example of sisterhood in action does not, however, function to show lesbian networking in a positive light. While Jess accepts Miss Jewsbury's support at this point, in a later scene Jess sharply rejects her offer of friendship. Readers of the book might understand this rejection as deriving from Jess' sense of betrayal at having been seduced by Miss Jewsbury after the public denunciation. But this seduction does not occur in the television drama. Viewers might therefore find Jess' reaction to Miss Jewsbury somewhat mystifying.


[2] In the novel, the protagonist is called Jeanette, in the film version she is called Jess. When the explanations concern only the character in the book, the name which is used in the book is also used here (i.e. Jeanette). When the explanations concern only the character in the film version, the name which is used in the film is also used here (i.e. Jess). When the explanations concern both the novel and the film version, both names are used in this form: Jeanette/Jess. 350c69d7ab


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