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Queen of DiamondsThe books Queen of Diamonds and Aunt Parnettas Electric Blisters are very similiar in that they both portrait the disadvantage of a pessimistic view on life Queen of Diamonds is a story about a lady named Christine who is very down on life and wastes her days drinking and partying until it catches up with her and she decides to take her own life The other book Aunt Parnettas Electric Blisters is about a lady who feels out of place in the world because she is Indian and she lives in the land of white people Aunt Parnetta and Chrstines problems are similiar in that they are both caused by pessimistic attitudes towards lifeQueen of Diamonds paints the perfect picture of how a bad attitude in everything makes everything worse The story starts off in a hospital where a lady named Christine is in bed sick They make it clear to the reader that Christine was not in the hospital just for this one occasion but has spent a lot of time there in the past as well Christine was not one of those people who were sick all the time but she was someone who had gone out a lot of the time with her friends and drank The drinking was the reason that she was in the hospital It never once showed Christine as being happy she was always in a bad mood and never really seemed to be pleased with anything Towards the end of the book we find out that Christine is going to kill herself The reason for which she decides to take her own life is that there is nothing for her to live for nothing that she had made for herself Christine had done nothing in her life time worth enough to live for We also see the picture in Aunt Parnettas Electric BlistersAunt Parnettas Electric Blisters was a good story with almost the same
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