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In The Painted Door Sinclair Ross is conveying the idea that some choices that people make in life may not be worth the risk Decisions must be made each day in order to ensure that our lives carry on the way we want them to These decisions however may come with either success or failure depending on the choices we make are actually the best ones to be made or not The choices we make may not be the best path to be taken since they may hurt the ones close to us in the process and ultimately alter the course of our life for better or for worse Initially Anne feels unappreciative of the hardships John goes through to benefit both of them she thinks negatively and shows slight signs of disrespect towards John since she feels that they spend less and less time together Having lived in the city before moving to the country side with John Anne is obviously not used to simply playing cards or discussing weather with neighbors compared to a more exciting life in the city A dull environment without a stick of new furniture and redundancy contributes to Annes loss of interest in the household To help pass time Anne paints the walls which she knows is a bad idea but continues on as it helps her forget about her problems but she only gets reminded more about her problems than the other way around When she finishes painting she sits It gets silent and the noise of silence gets to her It becomes so loud in her head that she cant stand it and thats when Steven arrives Shortly before Steven arrives Anne doesnt realize that she prepares for his arrival Ann changes her clothes puts on makeup and cleans the house It was instinct for her to get ready for him as if she knew what she wanted that night but was not aware of it
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