Louisa Is An Independent Woman In The 1800's

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I believe that Louisa is an independent woman, which again isn’t common in the 1800’s. It’s just weird that she belongs to a small community of people and keeps to herself a lot. As I was reading about Louisa, I wonder how her life as a child was. Was she put to work a lot to rely on no one? Did she have any parent when she was a child? I think if she did heard Lily and Joe conversation, she would end up marrying Joe. She still would be miserable and out of her element. Louisa seems to not care about other people in her community so I think she wouldn’t mind if Joe and Lily got married. Charles Ryder from “Wife of His Youth” was also an interesting reading assignment. I believe that Charles wanted nothing to do with his past that he denied
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