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16. What is her duty to herself? Does she really believe she has a “right to happiness”? Why or why not? 17. How does Eveline feel about leaving her brother?
18. In what ways is Eveline “like a helpless animal”? What is she afraid of? 19. Why do you think her eyes give Frank “no sign of love or farewell or recognition”?
20. Do you think Eveline made the right decision? Why or why not?
Prewriting Exercise 4. Dear Harry,
Kayla Wilson I have run away with a sailor chap, his name is Frank. I am trying to move on and create a happy life I think I deserve. Please don’t be to mad at me. I was unhappy here and struggling constantly, now I don’t have to ask you money anymore. Frank is a good man and we intend on getting married. As soon as I get to Buenos Ayres I will get in touch with you. I hope all is well. Please look after our father, he is getting old and I am worried he will miss me. Leaving home was hard enough, after mother died everything seemed to die with her; life, hope, happiness and faith. I hope you can understand. Bye, Love Eveline

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