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Analysis of a Love Affair Marriage for all its intent and purposes is a beautiful institution A marriage between two people is a commitment that should be based on love honesty trust and fidelity But what happens to a marriage if these basic fundamentals are flawed due to circumstance can it still survive Is there ever a good reason to deceive the person you love and are married to even if its for his or her own good In marriage people will lie for many reasons People will lie to avoid arguments over minute issues some may lie to prove a point And there are times when a person may lie in order to protect the person they love In the tale New Years Day you will find Lizzie Hazeldean a woman who lied for three reasons Lizzie lied for the sake of love Lizzie lied to protect her husbands honor of caring and providing for his wife and she lied due to the commitment she felt to Charles and their marriage on a whole Lizzie Hazeldean loved her husband Charles very deeply So deep that in order to protect and comfort him in his final days on earth due to heart damage she must create a world based on deception Lizzie must lie to everyone in order to fortify her clever tale At home from the hotel fire she lies to her parlor maid Susan When out socializing she lies to a young and naive Hubert Wesson upon their meeting at a social event and of course she lies to her husband Charles These lies are told in attempts to shield Charles from the reality of the truth However with every dishonest word that she utters Lizzie in fact is honoring Charles Honoring his intention to care and provide for his wife But due to his damaged heart he can no longer honor his intended vow
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