The Innocent Envy In Kaymond Carver's Neighbors

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The Innocent Envy Kaymond Carver’s “Neighbors” begins with a comparison between two couples and their lives. In the comparison, it is clearly seen that there is a different relationship between two families; the economical gap between two couples make the life of Stones’ life not other than dreaming of Millers’ life that is “fuller and brighter life” (17) to them. The absence of Millers on a vacation gives a chance to experience their neighbor’s sparkling life as they have the key to water the flowers and feed the kitty. On account of that they have longed such a wonderful life, they try to do whatever they are able to do in that period. This behavior is caused by the economical cliff between these families. That the Stones envy their
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