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How much pride you have in yourself Does your pride ever effect your life dramiticly Does your pride ever push everyone away from you or damage the ones you love In The Stone Angel By Margeret Laurence the character Hagar has too much pride in herself Her pride pushes many people away and effects her life because she makes rash decesions she is unable to demonstrate emotions and she spoils relationships To begin Hagars relationships are damaged because she makes rash decisions She wants to marry Bram but her father will not allow it to happen She ends up marrying Bram because she has pride in herself to do what she wants when she wants and she does not need advice from anyone Her father says Youll marry no one not at the moment anyway Your only Twenty-Four and youll not marry that fellow ever I can vow that much Hes common as dirt 46 Another incident where pride damages Hagars relationships is when she runs away from Bram to Shadow Point She does not like anyone telling her what to do and she does not want to be with Bram anymore Hagar is in no shape at her age to run away and she has no food water or money But she has too much pride in herself to be with Bram Also Hagar over reacts about John and Arlene together She did not approve of John trying to marry Arlene John loved Arlene very much and he did not believe that Arlene would ever marry a Shitley 174 But Hagar only saw what was best for her and did not think before her actions Overall Hagars relationships are damaged because of her pride because she makes rash decsions Second Hagar is unable to demonstrate emotions When Dan is dying Matt wanted her to comfort him while he was in his death bed But Hagar has too much pride to see Dan Which forced
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