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Communication Issues and Conflicts in Hills Like White Elephants Daisy Miller and Queer The charaters in Hills Like White Elephants Daisy Miller and Babylon Revisited all communniacte with one another in very diffrent ways The way the Daisy spoke to Winterborne is diffrent from the way that The man spoke to Jig The were many other ways in which the people in these stories communicated besdies speaking Their emotions and feelings were expressed by the things they did just as much as what they said This is eveident in the way that Mrs Miller Daisys mother treated Winterbourne when they met she gave him no greeting-she certinaly was not looking at him297 The characters in these stories are complicated people and they communicate mostly in complicated ways Hills Like White Elephants is a very short story but has just as much meaning as any short story that I have read The man and the woman are at a train station haveing a altercation about weather or not she should get a abortion She does not want to It is ovious in the things she says to the man She says I dontt care about me And then Ill do it and everything will be fine1 She is saying that she only cares about him and dose not care about herself If she did care about herself then she definatly would not get a abortion She can not just tell him straight out that she wants to have this baby The woman is so in love with the man that she is willing to take the life of her unborn child The man is in love with her as well but also dose not want her to have the child She was talking about the landscape around the train station and without warning he comes out and says Its really a simple operation Jig its not really a operation at all1 That
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