Analysis Of Goodbye By Friar Lawrence

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I believe the story can connect with many different things I think would fit in the best the family have money to live a simple life but I just wanted to be better and have more than anyone else pleasant house for the garden and felt superior to anyone in the neighborhood Lawrence 560 people in your neighborhood thought that they were living a perfect life with the filament but nobody truly knew how things were in their home throughout the story the author points out many circumstances were the parents put money into things that were irrelevant. The most noticeable event was when Paul decided to give his mother five thousand pounds through the lawyer and for her to receive one thousand every year for her birthday. She decides to take all the money right away and in these few sentences the author shows us on what she spends it. "There were certain new furnishings, and Paul had a tutor. He was really going to Eton, his fathers school, in the following autumn. There were flowers in the winter, and a blossoming of the luxury Paul's mother had been used to." She furnished her home to make it look better and added some new touches. Every time something new appeared in the house the ghosts would get more angry and beg for more getting louder every time. This symbolizes that there was a lot of greed instead of satisfaction in the story.

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