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A Room With A View The actions of people speak for their character Some approach life through the senses and some approach it through spirit Others adhere to convention and some do not Yet any way one approaches life every action one makes indicates defining characteristics about who the person is as an individual In A Room With A View Mr Eager and Mr Emerson are quite opposite in the way they approach situations Therefore they demonstrate their character by the things they do and the words they say throughout the novel When Mr Eager attempts to separate the brother and sister on the carriage Mr Emerson says the following Leave them alone Mr Emerson begged the chaplain of whom he stood in no awe Do we find happiness so often that we should turn it off the box when it happens to sit there To be driven by loversA king might envy us and if we part them its more like sacrilege than anything I know Chapter 6 He does not want love to be interrupted under any circumstances Mr Emerson does not understand why anyone would want to take away happiness when there is so little to go around He even uses the term sacrilege because Mr Eager is a priest and maybe that would be easier for him to understand Mr Emersons view of life is he sees things as being about happiness and love According to the standards of his time he is flying in the face of convention When the two lovers are separated Mr Eager proclaims Victory at last But Mr Emerson quickly retorts It is not victory It is defeat You have parted two people who were happyChapter 6 According to the way that Mr Eager views life two lovers hugging touching and kissing is vulgar But Mr Emerson thinks that it is wonderful and that there should be more loving in life
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