Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen

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I have chosen to look at the way we approach living life. You can look at the glass as half empty or half full. Your choice will determine how you look at things. In Hedda Gabler, I think that her approach to living life was looking at the glass as half empty. She was negative about everything and she was also a very manipulating, ungrateful, crazy woman. I wish I got to go on a 6 month honeymoon like she did!! She didn’t seem to appreciate her long honeymoon. Not many people get a 6 month honeymoon. Hedda looked at suicide as a beautiful thing and that is not having a positive look on life. She was unhappy in her marriage. Her husband’s love wasn’t enough for her. She only married him because she felt it was her best option. I don’t know how you can live your life being married to someone who you don’t love.
In “Tonight I can Write…” he is talking about losing his Love. He tries to convince himself that he doesn’t love her but he really does. He should be honest and open about his feelings. He won’t ever be happy in life if he doesn’t find a way to come to grips with his feelings. He will live a miserable life. I don’t think he has a good approach on life. Just because someone doesn’t love you the way you love them, doesn’t mean you won’t find that one person who loves you back. I think the following quote really sums everything up.
“What does it matter that my love could not keep her. The night is shattered and she is not with me. This is all. In the distance someone is
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