Aylmer And Georgiana Character Analysis

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Yet both Aylmer and Georgiana make every rationalization for this behavior. Aylmer reasons that the birthmark is Nature's way of showing Georgiana's mortality and necessary humanity. He wants to remove the mark, then, not because he doesn't like the way she looks, but because of what the symbol represents to him. Aylmer will be so obsessed with her mark that he’ll be able to do something terrible only to prove that perfection is possible, that man can control Nature and he’s the one to do it in a certain way. Aylmer, however, was a man that believed he could do anything with science, prove anything, control everything as
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