Readers will agree with my view because your view of beggars is uncompassionate. I come to the end of the text and I see another technique (used right at the end) which is a pun “No change, we say, no change. Just say no change”. This suggesting that the first time you said “no change” means that the beggars never change, but I disagree because they do sometimes, realise that it is time to get themselves together and change. The last change means that, no, we have no money to give.
Their strong connection with each other is shown when Roy, at the end of the scene, places his arm over Lewis to cheer him up. It was to show that Lucy and Lewis’ relationship was completely over and Lewis was open to move on. The tone to present Lucy’s point of view comes across as quite strong and vicious. She’s impolite and by referring to the patients as ‘them’ doesn’t really portray her as a friendly and approachable person. Lewis seems not as stern.
Kate Chopin in The Awakening shows significance of Edna’s suicide by having her death location at the same place as her awakening. Chopin writes the ending so ambiguous to highlight the fact that Edna drowns herself. Edna’s suicide results are attempts of her trying to choose the type of female that she wants to be in the society that she is in, which this leads to her defeat of her life to the sea. I feel that Edna finally surrenders herself to the sea. This would have been out of her frustration and pathetic state of her being.
She did do her part I set her up for failure. The bottom line is that what I did was completely wrong and unacceptable. It should have never happened. Acts like these call for punishment. To be completely honost I got off easy for something that was a pretty big mistake.
The reader is left to interpret her pain as merely self-inflicted. She, the speaker, has stated her unashamed pursuit of Clarinda; her supposed pain is clearly a result of the bittersweet agony of a woman who is prolonging the inevitable ( “ Against thy charms we struggle but in vain” l.8). The speaker’s tone is playfully accusatory and the speaker even charges Clarinda