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Henry Jamess short story The Beast in the Jungle illustrates the changeable behavior of May Bartram May Bartram shows her wide range of emotions towards John Marcher the storys main character who is deeply and increasingly in love with her From her slightest interest in him to her disinterest in him then to her deepest confessions of love for him May Bartram shows how her behavior of such can change from chapter to chapter In chapter one of the story May Bartram and John Marcher meet for the first time at the Weatherend a mansion where guests commonly stay and socialize Here May Bartram displays her first sight of interest in John Yet when she finally drifted toward him it might have been as an effect of her guessing that he had within the couple of hours devoted more imagination to her than all the others put together 542 May Bartram shows her slight interest in John She started to drift towards him when she noticed that he has paid more attention to her than all the other guests that were there in Weatherend She continues on the same behavior in the next chapter In chapter two we find out that Miss Bartram thinks that John is a harmless maniac when the author says He had a screw loose for her but she liked him in spite of it and was practically against the world 551 Having a screw loose may suggest that he is a maniac Even though the whole world may also think so she still likes him in spite of it This clearly shows that Miss Bartrams behavior towards John is changing because she no longer is just interested in him she actually likes him In the next chapter we
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