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Our envy of others devours us most of all Solzhenitsyn Jealousycan potentially destroy someones life and can also make it miserableIn Jealous Husband Returns In Form of Parrot the negative effects ofjealousy ruin the husbands life Jealousy ruined the husbands lifebecause it caused him to put himself in a fatal situation he had to seehis wife with other men and he couldnt escape the cage of jealousythat he was forced to live inJealousy puts the husband in a fatal situation at the beginning of thestory He has suspicions that he his wife is cheating on him because shealways talks about this guy from shipping He makes a trip to his wifesoffice and he finds the address of the man she is always talking aboutHe heads over to the mans house and climbs up a large tree that islocated by the mans bedroom He heard noises on the other side of thewindow that sounded like his wife and another man and as he leanscloser towards the window falls out of the tree onto his head and killshimselfWhen the husband returns in the form of a parrot he has to see his wifewith other men When the wife purchases the parrot at the pet storethere is another man with her and the husband can feel his jealousyboiling inside him Throughout the story he watches his wife with allthese other men and it breaks his heart He cant stand to see the womanwho he still loves with all these other men The level of jealousy isprobably higher now then it was at the beginning The cage the parrot lives in can symbolize a cage of jealousy Theparrot is trapped in this cage and suffers from the jealousy he hastowards the men and his wife He cant get away from the cage of jealousy and when he does he flies into the glass and kills himselfWhen he flies away from the cage he is finally free
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