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In Alain-Fourniers novel Le Grand Meaulnes several key characters played intricate roles within the development of the novel The two main characters Meaulnes and Seurel pass a majority of their time through reliving Meaulnes adventure he had one day The two males try to live their lives according to the adventure and the risks that were taken as well as trying to relate the adventure to other children who had no basis for comparison which proved to be a very difficult task One character Yvonne de Galais played a very intricate role in the procession of the plot Yvonnes role was multi-faceted She played the sought after woman that Meaulnes had met and she was also a reason for living and trying to escape the town in which the to boys had lived Yvonne was also a fantasy Meaulnes had known her for a very short time but as a young boy he imagined himself being with her for the rest of his life and trying to find her proved to be a difficult task even f or the great Meaulnes To answer on of the questions at hand Yvonne de Galais is a tragic pawn in a male fantasy of romantic self-fulfillment Meaulnes the day he was at the estate of Yvonne spent what to him seemed like an eternity with her when in actuality it was only a few moments Meaulnes had high hopes with this girl When you meet someone and you want to be with them you notice little things about the person that nobody else knows While they were on the boat Meaulnes noticed that when she would answer her neighbors questions she would bite her lip but her blue eyes would rest on her gentlyp64 Once Meaulnes had the chance to speak to her the first words out of his mouth were You are beautifulp64 This shows that he was paying her compliments just to show how interested
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