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2A The theme of this book and life is love The theme develops as the main character uncovers that the only time she has been truly happy is in the presence of one particular person She learns that her actual feelings were disguised most of her life and she can only remember a few times when she felt an impulse purely driven from emotional instinct As the story advances her character goes through a long phase of self-discovery but learns about the sacrifice that comes parallel to love She realizes that there will be more harm to the most important people around her if she follows her heart The desires are simply runner-up to the responsibility of a parent to her children The theme of love leaves emptiness in the main characters heart because love is an emotion that has many different aspects that oftentimes do not have the outcome wanted B The theme of love is relevant because teens in more developed countries will most likely be experiencing love for the first time Love is a feeling that is felt at birth from parents at childhood from friends and at adolescence from significant others It is an easy theme to relate to because all live to love It is a feeling that corresponds to happiness and all people simply want to be happy Love is the most important emotion of emotions because it entails all of the other feelings For that reason a teen reader can understand the cause of both despair and joy with the main characters dilemma A reader can almost feel like heshe is the one that makes the choice between love for a soul mate or for the children C The most important word in the book is alone The main character Edna Pontellier is habitually walking eating thinking painting or swimming alone It shows that she is a woman that is not happy and would rather have
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