Esther Reed

name 6 reasons why esther reed is a hero or villain

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See definition #2.

Now list the things she did that fit the definition. If you cannot list enough, then you'll have to consider that she wasn't.

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yah, um i have 5 reasons. and i need 1 more. i can't say she was a villain if i cant find enough though, becfause she was not. please help me find one more reason

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