Rose builds fences not for keeping people outside

Rose builds fences not for keeping people outside, but to have them near her. Fences in her case stand for protection and love. She accepts Raynell though the baby is the outcome of her husband’s betrayal. The innocent baby has lost her mother, but she finds another mother in Rose. No woman can accept her husband’s illegitimate child. Therein lies her greatness. It is a great sacrifice that a married woman can make Rose nurtures the baby because the innocent child stands for the hope of better future and society. Given her husband’s betrayal and deception, she should be punishing him severely and leaving him. But no such things happen. Troy and Cory had always had a tensed relation.