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Upon reading the literature A New England Nun by Mary Wilkins readers can reflect upon the Bible verse To everything there is a season and a time to every purpose under the heaven A time to cast away stones and a time to gather stones together a time to embrace and a time to refrain from embracing A time to get and a time to lose a time to keep and a time to cast away A time to rend and a time to sew a time to keep silence and a time to speak A time to love and a time to hate a time of war and a time of peace Ecclesiastes 35-8 The literature A New England Nun by Mary Wilkins represents the struggles women experience in maintaining relationships today Louisa was living in a time period where marriage was the normNonetheless Mary Wilkins literature reminds readers of how love affects a womans identify The character Louisa exhibits a person of patience strength self-love and independence within the storyThe character Joe made a crucial decision to leave Louisa in order to make a better life for himself in Australia At the time of Joes departure Louisa was his fiance She was expecting Joe to return sooner than later so they can get marriedInstead Joe was gone for over fourteen years He suddenly resurfaced back at Louisa house about a decade later In spite of his long departure she patiently waited for his return back homeLouisa displayed a strong sense of strength Perhaps Louisa was living in a different time era her character can reflect many females that are living in todays time Indeed a lot of females are single and some are even stuck in relationships that are not going anywhere Some even struggles with the commitment of marriage just as Louisa did In comparison to Louisas time a female in
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