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The Beast in the Jungle is a vivid tale of two friends lives intertwined and lost through their own beliefs composed by Henry James The story is through the perspective of the main character John Marcher who believes his life is destined towards an unknown disaster Through curiosity that turned to love May Batram stays by her friend John Marchers side through the duration of his wasted life as they both watched and waited for the imaginary disaster to occur The disaster was the reason for not living his life and letting it slip through his fingers unknown Life must be lived May Batram was curious and inquisitive of Marchers thought a curiosity that turned into loyal love for Marcher When Marcher had first met May it had been in Naples though to his recollection it had been Rome May put him in the right and he accepted her amendments enjoyed her corrections 407 He was holding her in high regard now as he had ten years prior when he told her of his secret This secret was one quoted from Marcher by May as from his earliest time as the deepest thing within him the sense of being kept for something rare and strange possibly terrible 411 May had an eagerness for knowledge in her younger years with the aim of witnessing Marchers disaster Throughout ten years of not seeing each other May remembered and quoted John Marchers words about his secret whereas he had lost the consciousness of having taken her so far into his confidence 410 and that he really didnt remember the least thing about her 407 May was ever intrigued by Marcher and vowed that in being the only person in the world 410 to know of Marchers secret she would watch with him 414 for the disaster which was yet to come Marchers forgetfulness and sudden decision making tended to lend aid to his not seizing life
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