• the most significant conflict in "bernice bobs her hair" is between

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  • Bernice and Marjorie. The two girls represent two different social classes in the 1920s, with Marjorie belonging to the upper-class and Bernice belonging to the middle-class. Marjorie is the popular girl who is used to getting her way and taking advantage of Bernice's more traditional views about beauty and social conventions, whereas Bernice is initially shy and more reserved, and ultimately stands up to Marjorie in order to assert her own view of herself. Bernice's decision to cut her hair symbolizes her defiance of the prevailing social conventions and her refusal to be manipulated by Marjorie.

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      Braylon Cummings

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