The Relationship Between Dominique Francon And Roark

Decent Essays
The scene begins when, late at night, Dominique Francon was sitting in her room, and then Howard Roark comes in and picks her up while she “fought like an animal” (220). However, she stopped panicking and submitted herself to Roark. Later, Francon observes herself in the mirror; she sees the purple bruises which were the result of her encounter with Roark. Because Francon surrenders herself to Roark, the readers can infer that Francon had indicated that she capitulates to her ideal man. This act, however, is something Francon wanted. She did not bother to call for help because she was ecstatic that Roark had done the deed she was waiting for. To understand why she does this, the reader has to understand her philosophy that anything that attracts
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