Rita's Heartbreaking The Relationship Between Woodrow And Rita

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Finally, Woodrow and Rita’s relationship also subsides along with the hope of finding Elaine. Their relationship with each other showed no signs of weakness in the beginning. In fact, when Rita says, “She ain’t in her room,” to Woodrow in regards to Elaine, she proceeds to kiss his forehead as if it were an everyday ritual (Jones . Once the couple became worried about where Elaine could be, we are especially warmed by their love when Jones writes, “Rita, in the last blocks of their apartment, leaned into her husband and his warmth helped to put her to ease” (Jones 736). Clearly they depend and take comfort in one another. It’s heartbreaking when Rita states toward the end of the story, “I know what you have been doing and who you've been doing

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