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Madame Bovary Emma Bovary is a victim of her own foolish disposition fueled by her need for change her incessant waiting for excitement to enter into her life and her romantic nature All of these things plus her constant wavering of one extreme to another also contributes to her suicide in the end Throughout this story there are many vivid examples of her foolishness In the beginning of the story she has a desire to change around the house some might say it is a stroke of individuality The action is actually the first taste that we get of her incessant need for change With every change that she makes she is trying to find the happiness she is longing for When Emma found out that she was to have a child she was excited Emma particularly wanted a boy because she thought that it would come along with new and exciting experiences Once she had the child it was not a boy she quickly lost all interest in the child An example of Emmas fluctuation of moods is after Leon left part II chapter 6 Once he left to deem herself form the lack of love toward her husband she became the model wife Emma went from constantly thinking about another man to a woman that no one would dare even thinking about accusing her of even considering adultery There was also another moment when she decided to go see the priest at the church part II chapter 7 to seek spiritual guidance The priest however seems to assume that all she needs is a cup of tea and sends her on her way Once Emma gets home her daughter seems to want to console Emma but Emma just pushes her away and yells at the child to leave her alone Emma pushes her so hard that the girl falls and cuts her head Then Emma cries and yells frantically
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