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is it depression?
Did you read the story?
yes, but I just want to be sure.
And also, depression is not an outlook.
Well, the young woman is ashamed at the way her husband bought the lion carving.
she maybe bleak
was she irritated due to circumstances?
Sure, you could say she was irritated.
yeah because of all the problems with her family
She wasn't necessarily irritated because of problems with her family. She was irritated because she realized she didn't really love her husband anymore. It didn't have much to do with her family, actually.
but she could have also been irradiated with the problems with the family
She didn't have problems with her family. She had problems with her husband. The word "husband" and the word "family" are not interchangeable. They mean completely different things.
add all of it up all the problems and im pretty sure she was irradiated with everything
do you know in someway what the "dust" symbolize? All I know is the lack of changes occurring.
a husband is family
Dust is symbolic of the lack of life in the house and how nothing ever really changes much. Like dust, lack of movement makes more of this fine debris accumulate; in life, stagnation also begets more stagnation unless some kind of willful movement changes us. Dust is mentioned repeatedly to reinforce Eveline's own lack of movement. The story opens with her placidly sitting beside her window, watching the world go by. Most of the action takes place in her mind. She almost makes it out of Dublin and to Buenos Aires (literally translated "good air,") the opposite of her dust-covered life in Ireland, but in the end she is too afraid to make the change. It is as if her personal dust had been disturbed by a slight wind, only to resettle once again and cover up her hopes.
nice copy and paste
So I'm guessing she was hoping for the future?
Yes, I'd say she was optimistic.
you took credit for something u didnt write vera
You could say she was yearning for something new and different to happen.
I have another story how about the train from rhodesia? anyone read that yet?
Yes, I read that story.
I'm really confused on the theme. Do you know what was the important theme?
There is more than one important theme.
'cause I know the son was trying to give kindness to her mother.
One of the main themes was the contrast between different lifestyles.
what were they?
That's a theme: the contrast between the lives of the rich and the lives of the poor.
read threw the website i posted
that should help you answer the question
You jus posted the link to the summary of the story. That's not helpful.
Since you read the story, what are some of the themes? @0_0youscareme
you just got the theme from the summary
you can find the theme from the summary
No, not really.
well yes kind of
One theme would be: the contrast between the lifestyles of the rich and the lifestyles of the poor. The upper class didn't really have any misfortunes.
the poor had most misfortunes
What do you think?
Nope, that's incorrect.
it makes the most scene
then what is it?
it could also be the last one
The Code of Conduct states that giving direct answers is against the rules. But it's not the first one.
the second one does not really go with the story
@vzfreakz Based on what I've told you about the themes, what would be your guess?
its not the misfortunes of the upper class. so I'm going with the human kindness.
Yes, good job!
that's what I said earlier..
Great, so you understand! :)
She was ashamed that she didn't love her husband anymore.
Yup got it.
Glad I could help! :) Let me know if you have anymore questions!
I have two more
what was the climax or turning point?
is this a test or quiz?
Okay, close this one and open a new one. Your'e not supposed to ask multiple questions in one post.
can you answer the question is this a test or quiz?