Dianas Role in Dunstables Life

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Diana’s Role in Dunstables Life In the novel Fifth Business, the theme of rebirth is apparent. Diana Marfleet, a volunteer nurse, is responsible for tending to the injured. One of the injured she aids is Dunstable Ramsay, the narrator of the novel. Dunstables involvements in World War II, causes him severe physical damage. Diana plays an integral part in the rebirth of Dunstable, by taking the role of a friend, mother and lover in his life. A person with whom one enjoys mutual affection and regard is identified as a friend. Diana’s displays the act of friendship when Dunstable acknowledges, “We were on tremendous terms in no time, for she had been nursing me since I had come to the hospital …and such nourishment as I had taken had been spooned and poured into me by her; she had also washed me and attended to the bedpan and the urinal, and continued to do so; a girl who can do that without being facetious or making a man feel acknowledges is no ordinary creature. Diana was a wonderful girl, and I am sure I gained strength and made physical
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