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jamie notes - i.A line from Rossetti. Jamie regrets the...

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Sheet1 Page 1 b.Alcoholism i.Jamie's alcohol addiction parallels Mary's morphine addiction. They both use it to hide their emotions and to forget their unha p ii.Also, Jamie can 1.He attempts to make alcohol an escape from reality where he can hide his emotions and forget about his failed life. But it do e a.&God damn you, I can& t help hating your guts--! Edmund: Jamie! Cut it out! You) re crazy!a (168) Contrastingly, when he ' s 2.He makes alcohol and escape from the problems of his life but it actually causes these problems to get bigger. He wastes a l ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- III.Resentment
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Unformatted text preview: i.A line from Rossetti. Jamie regrets the past, like all the other male characters in play ii.He assumes there is no future for him. He is frustrated with his failed life and acts very resentful by insulting the people arou n----------------------------------------------------------------------------VII.Similarities to Death of a Salesman a.son cannot keep up with an idealized dream created by his father, Jamie tells Tyrone that he "forced [him] onto the stage" b.Like Biff, Jamie gives up in following his father's footsteps. Sheet1 Page 2 t trust his family and feels that he is the root for all the problems. His suffering is revealed when he is drunk....
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