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c Alice Munros narrative Oranges and Apples is based on the two main characters Victor Sawicky the golden palomino and Barbara Zeigler the looker Barbara is a married woman who is having an affair with the best friend of her husband named Victor Sawicky She is married to Murray Zeigler the crown prince of Walley who is also another main character in our story However Victor refuses Barbara afterwards because she was his kind and he feels guilty for having such a relationship with her and he can not stick with one girl We will see these in the following paragraphs Firstly Victor Sawicky turns down Barbara for the reason that she is like him Victor is splendid man but he is very disturbing He scattered the clerks when he walked into the store owned by Murray Munro 114 Victor is a foreigner and people of his class were never welcomed in the city of Walley but when Victor arrives they receive him with a lot respect because of his looks Munro 114 Barbara in the other hand is a looker She is splendid and disturbing Munro 114 Victor and Barbara are the same class of humans Murray is waiting for Barbara and Victor to meet so that he could introduce them to each other almost show them off to each other Munro 118 This is the main cause why Victor rejects Barbara since she resembles him as she belongs to the same group Secondly Victor Sawicky refused Barbara because he feels guilty that he had an affair with his best friends wife Murray Zeigler Barbaras husband and also Victors best friend helped Victor a lot of times For example Murray gave him the caretakers apartment when he didnt have a place to live Munro 124 Even though Murray is worried about his spouse Barbara he still offers help to Victor Murray let his wife to clean the place where he is
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