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The theme of the story is that you should have zest and your own attitude towards life Also that you should never give up until all is lost We are first introduced to our main characters Marco and Ariadne in the first scene in the Legion Hall on Laramie Street This is where Marco develops his fondness of Ariadne Shortly after Marco sights his new found love he quickly introduces himself and asks Ariadne to dance with him She rejects his proposal and this starts off the conflict between the two characters Even after loud rejections insults and being punched in the face Marco is still determined to win Ariadnes affection Marco meets with her father to learn more about his mystery woman but the old man discourages him saying that she cannot cook is bad tempered violent and stubborn Marco presses on inside the grocery store trying to get Ariadne to come and meet him She refuses yet again but Marco retreats to the street where he begins to call out her name He is met with a shower of objects from the window thrown out by Ariadne Marco returns to the store that evening to find that she is waiting for him at the church with Father Malas Uncle Paul and Mr Langos her father Once inside Marco states his love for Ariadne only to be threatened and told to stay away from her by the three men Marco realizes that he cannot make them understand and starts for the door after a fiery speech of his passion for Ariadne The high point comes just after Marco heads for the door heart broken that he failed Suddenly obviously impressed with Marcos motivation and genuine love Ariadne calls to him that he may call on her the next day Uncle Paul Father Malas and Mr Langos bicker in the background as Marco leaves the church exhilarated that he has
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