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House Guest Summary In the story The House Guest there are two major characters the seamstress and the hostess both face a conflict The seamstress is upset and the hostess tries to figure out why In the beginning of the poem the hostess is frustrated and confused because she doesnt understand why the seamstress is so upset and disappointed the hostess gives her everything Ie a fatting foods and a nice home to live in Through out the poem the hostess starts to learn why the seamstress is so mad and what is wrong with her After learning from the seamstress the hostess wonders if the choices and decisions we make in life determine our future or do the three fates plan your future The seamstress is disappointed because she was never able to for fill her dream to become a nun The main reason she never became a nun was because no one was there to encourage her many people tried to stop her from becoming a nun especially her parents If someone did encourage her to become a nun she probably would have done so She would have been able to chase her dream and not live in regret throughout her life She decides to become a seamstress because its pretty close to becoming a nun because you are able to help people and thats what she liked to do Once she felt it was too late she realized how bad her life was and that her life was awful because she couldnt do what she really wanted She had two choices and she made the wrong one and lived in regret because of it In conclusion this story proves that everyone has choices in life and that there are consequences in all In life there are many twists and turns and just because there are obstacles in your way you shouldnt let that stop u from following
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