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Lizbeth's childish behavior was playful and adventurous. For example, "The idea caught on at once, for annoying Miss Lottie was always fun" (lines 104-105).
Lizbeth's behavior while transitioning into an adult was rebellious and full of confusion. According to the text, "And then I was sitting in the ruined little garden among the uprooted and ruined flowers, crying and crying, and it was too late to undo what I had done" (lines 339-341).
Lizbeth's adult-like behavior was mature and compassionate. Some examples from the text are, "This was the beginning of compassion, and one cannot have both compassion and innocence" (lines 374-375 ), and "And I too have planted marigolds" (lines 385-386).
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