Camelias Reflections Reflection Of Eveline By James Joyce

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CAMELIAS REFLECTIONS
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Reflection of Eveline by James Joyce
Eveline is the story of a woman who have been living in her father's

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house in Ireland all her life. She had been mistreated by her father since her mother died and she had to take care of her brothers and house. Eveline is the personification of the resistence to change, in

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my opinion. She is afraid of changes, it could be seen since the very

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changes, maybe because they are associated to her mother's death and it implied a complete change in her life, a drastical change in her father's behavior for bad, and every cange that this situation had developed. Then it is logical to think that Eveline is afraid of changes and it doesn't matters that her boyfriend, the one that she loves and loved her, have treated her well, but her fear to a complete change made her paralized, she is scared and she at last minute decide to

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keep herself in the same place, in her own house where she have been all her life; the life she knew, without changes and not to go to avoid the change because it made her nervous.
Eveline prefered to stay because she resist to anything new no matter if it is for better, but it implied a change in her life and it keeps her frozen. then, she prefered...
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