I think the symbol of Towanada the Avenger in the story representing oppression toward women and their struggle to become equal. I believe Evelyn uses Towanada to live out all her fantasies that she wishes would come true. It also symbolizes character growth because "while Evelyn went about her business with a smile, Towanada was busy poking child molesters with electric cattle prods" (Flagg 240). Evelyn uses her imagination to relieve the stress of her boring everyday life. Everybody needs has an alter ego, except Tony Stark everyone knows he's Iron Man. I am not saying I am Batman, I am just saying that you have never seen Batman and I in the same room at the same time. #mindblown #symbol #motif #dolladollabillsyall #ImBatman
Hmmm, even though you used a fake name, I think I know who wrote this! Towanda is TOTALLY Evelyn's alter-ego who allows her to explore her innermost desires. I look at Evelyn as such a sad case before she meets Ninny - her life was so meaningless. But the stories, and Towanda, give her meaning.