Character Analysis Of Gerald In Margaret Atwood's 'Hairball'

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ll people wish they can retain a good relationship with beloved, but there are many unexpectations. Wayne W. Dyer said: “Peace is the result of retraining your mind to process life as it is, rather than as you think it should be.” In Hairball by Margaret Atwood, Kat tried to protect herself by fading away her relationship with Gerald. Firstly, Kat started to change Gerald when they first met each other, she made an illusion of Gerald but not who she really wants. When Gerald finally became a fashion and charm man, Kat suddenly realizes: “Not Ger, not the one she’s made in her own image.” (41), but it’s too late, she already ruined Gerald. Kat used to have the power over their relationship, be the one who take the controlling position; but
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