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In Miss Brill The Chrysanthemums and The Jilting of Granny Weatherall each female protagonists has an insight about them self They each learn something new about the world they live in The three women who are discussed in these stories have lived very uneventful lives and are just thriving for something to happenMiss Brill is a lonely old lady who is a school teacher and lives in France In her spare time she likes to get dressed up in her fur wrap and then go to the park Since little old ladies love to have routines this is ideal for Miss Brill At the park she has a tendency to listen to other peoples conversations She had a way of incorporating peoples lives into little plays that she enjoyed watching For some reason she receives such joy and excitement from this activity One reason could be that she lives such a dull life that other peoples happiness and worries made her appreciate life While Miss Brill was listening to the young couples conversation she overheard them speaking nasty things about her The young lady said why does she come here at all who wants her For once Miss Brill was not in the audience watching but she was actually in the performance Those hurtful words that were directed at her made her feel horrible For the first time Miss Brill was getting a taste of her own medicine She never realized how wrong it was to listen to other peoples business until now All Miss Brill wanted was to be apart of something and now that she finally was her attitude has changed She now realizes what she really iswhich is a little old lady who loves to listen to other peoples business Now she understands that this is wrong Miss Brill has learned that the world is a vicious place and words do hurt After this experience she probably will not
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