Unformatted text preview: Marriage is the inevitable conclusion of things. She’s an artist in her own home, her own domesticity- getting married would put a stop to this. Overhears a conversation b/w Joe and Lilly Deyer- wishing that they could stay together. Joe- decent guy, lilly deyer- decent woman?? And then Louise senses a soft commotion behind the bushes (they are kissing), Louise Ellis never knew she had any diplomacy in her but she found it. She has a feminine weapon- she’ll end up making everyone happy by breaking off the engagement. She chooses not to marry and keeps her nice life that she has kept and loves it. Calculus of happinesss- the greatest good for the greatest number of people....
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- Spring '08
- New England nun, Louisa Ellis, engages Joe Dagget