For instance, she mentions that "you'll notice that he doesn't even consider her worth the price of a dinner out. The use of second person is particularly interesting because it draws the reader into the act of interpreting a story. That is, second person is used to point out how the details of a story add up to help us understand the characters. In C, John is "an older man" who falls in love with Mary, She doesn't love him, but she sleeps with him because she "feels sorry for him because he's worried about his hair falling out.
It soon becomes clear that John is having an affair with Mary precisely to escape the "stimulating and challenging" life of Version A, which he is living with a wife named Madge. In short, Mary is his mid-life crisis. It turns out that the barebones outline of the "happy ending" of version A has left a lot unsaid. There's no end to the complications that can be intertwined with the milestones of getting married, buying a house, having children, and everything else in A. In this version, Fred and Madge get along well and have a lovely life. But their house is destroyed by a tidal wave and thousands are killed.
Fred and Madge survive and live as the characters in A. Version E is fraught with complications—if not a tidal wave, then a "bad heart. As Atwood writes:. It doesn't matter whether it's Fred's bad heart or Madge's cancer, or whether the spouses are "kind and understanding" or "guilty and confused. Every version of the story loops back, at some point, to version A—the "happy ending. This is the hardest story, That I have ever told, No hope, or love, or glory, Happy ending's gone forever more I feel as if I'm wasting, And I've wasted every day.
This is the way you left me, I'm not pretending, No hope, no love, no glory, No happy ending This is the way that we love, Like it's forever, We live the rest of our life, But not together. Two o'clock in the morning, Someone's on my mind, Can't get no rest, Keep walking around, If I pretend that nothing ever went wrong, I can get to my sleep, I can think that we just carried on. This is the hardest story, That I have ever told, No hope, or love, or glory, Happy ending's gone forever more, I feel as if I'm wasting, And I've wasted every day.
In Background: This is the way you left me, I'm not pretending, No hope, no love, no glory, No happy ending This is the way that we love, Like it's forever, And live the rest of our life, But not together. This is the way you left me, I'm not pretending, No hope, no love, no glory, No happy ending This is the way that we love, Like it's forever, Then live the rest of our life, But not together.
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