Unformatted text preview: worn other women to be more cautious in their love making decisions. By, telling others of her story maybe she felt that she could warn other women of being to quick to believe a man, even their husband. I felt that the husband lied to her when he told her that their days together would never end until death came upon one or both of them. The women couldn’t tell the reader of anything her husband did in order to fulfill his promise to her. I believe she could tell the reader anything fight he put up to be with her because he didn’t do anything to ultimately be with her. In the end I felt sorry for this woman. I hate that this story had to end in the women longing for the man that had truly lied to her and didn’t keep her promise. I wish that she, if it had to end in her still yearning for someone, that it instead would be her wanting to be with her close friends and family members....
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course ENGLISH 333 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '06 term at University of Tennessee.
- Fall '06
- American Literature