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Short story The Sentimentalists by Morley Callaghan related to the Marxist theory in many accurate ways throughout the story different social classes- working class and middle class- were highlighted and defined greatly As different social statuses and positions were identified it becomes clear what impact the classes have on the way people treat one another and moreover on the outcome of each persons actions and reactions for example the real reason behind why a person would help another Focusing more on the position of The Proletariat the story defines whether or not they will have a strong voice in the situation shadowing the normal happenings a in real societyThe young girl was a great example of The Proletariat status although it wasnt very obvious in the beginning of the story A young girl in a red felt hat and a fawn-colored loose spring coat the way she was viewed at first was very bias although she was poorly dressed an excuse was given Malone was reminded that she might be someone like his own sister Her clothes were not expensive the fawn coat looked as if it had been worn at least three seasons But his sister had looked like that the time they were all scrimping and saving to send her to college This young woman had no name throughout the entire story possibly stating her importance in actual society which apparently wasnt that great of a dealShe was put under the suspicion of being a thief right from the start perhaps because of her shy mysterious nature it wasnt just that the girl was pretty But in the slow way she turned her head swinging the dark hair over the raised collar in the light if intelligence that shone in her dark eyes when she looked up quickly and in the warmth that would surely come easily in her face but not everyone saw her that way Malone and the store owner thought
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