Unformatted text preview: they first entered the restaurant, Marc did not even want to sit near his ex-wife. This makes sense, because most people would not want their new mate to meet their old mate just to avoid any problems that might occur. Additionally, Marc would have felt uncomfortable being stuck in between Alice and his ex-wife. Even though Marc Seguy never considered lying, he really did not have to tell Alice that his ex-wife was there, because nothing good could have come from that information. Now, Alice feels as if Marc settled for her, because his ex was difficult and too hard to please. Marc tried to convince Alice she was nothing like his ex, which seems like he is calling Alice simple. Alice becomes self-conscious and automatically sees Marc's ex-wife as superior. The fact that the ex-wife and Alice have the same eyes does not help either, because Alice now thinks that Marc only loves her eyes because they remind him of his first wife's....
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This document was uploaded on 10/29/2011 for the course ENG 205 at Jackson State.
- Fall '10
- World Literature