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In The Birthmark Georgianas love for Aylmer clouds her judgment and she takes unnecessary risk for his love Aylmer strives to perfect nature to make nature better by his own means Georgiana is a beautiful woman 204 but has a mark on her face that resembles a hand her one flaw She is worried that Aylmers perfectionist tendencies will overcome his love for herGeorgiana has lived with her birthmark for many years and even considered it a charm since many considered it so However when Aylmer points out the mark as a fault of nature she realizes that his obsession distracts him from his love for her She allows his obsession to become hers She says I know not what may be the cost to both of us to rid me of this fatal birthmark Perhaps its removal may cause cureless deformity or it may be the stain goes as deep as life itself 206-207As Georgiana and Aylmer enter the apartments of the lab to begin the operation Georgiana explores Aylmer not to look at her mark She has become so afraid of losing him that she begins to hate the mark as much as him It has become her fixation she must not transcend into an unnatural from of perfection to gain his love So sheWhen Georgiana enters Aylmers in order to get the mark removed she being to doubt the success of the endeavor She allows herself to be calmed and even amused by Aylmers tricks The tricks show her husbands proficiency with science and the awesome abilities he has She reassures herself that he can fix her and make her perfect As he begins to interview her about the mark she looks into the mirror and as the mark fills her view she begins to hate it even more than Aylmer As Aylmer studies and researches the cure for her fatal mark Georgiana reads a log of his experiments and begins to
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