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Love in 20th century is entirely different from when Marie De France lived In her time she wrote a sweet story of two women who love the same man Eliduc He leaves his wife Guildeluec to go fight in another country even though she is devastated by his decision During his excursion he ends up with a younger woman named Guilliadun The two fall madly in love Ultimately Guildeluec detects the affair and behaves with not a shread of jealousy or desire for revenge The way she tells the story is surprisingly peaceful considering Eliduc lies to both women However my version of Eliduc is written in 2000 mode The society has metamorphosed into a chaotic blend of moral dysfunction Many are unwilling to mend broken relationships Instead they choose to lie cheat and deceive those who have been faithful and true to them The repercussions of these betrayals are far more nauseating than Guildeluecs reaction to Eliducs affair Beware if you loved Maries version this might be too intense for some readersFirst the names of the characters are a bit more modern than the monograms Marie used Now Eliduc is called Eli Guildeluec is Gail and Guilliadun is Jill Here is how the story goes in 2000Eli and Gail were together all through high school They eventually got married because their love had grown into a bond of true friendship and love The two-shared happiness but Eli would focus the majority of his time on his career Gail accepted Elis ambition and never really gave him trouble about it She had enough to do between work and home Besides Eli was a good policeman He always took pride in his work and the chief always favored him He treated him specialOne day Eli came home from work exasperated because some of the other guys on the force were jealous of Eli He told Gail they told the chief I sell and use drugs I
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