Title: Human Comedy Pain
|Date:||December 22, 2015|
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In a section of the Human
Comedy, Mrs. Macauley shares her view of people, pity, and
When pain is present in some people, they bottle it up on
the inside and let it fester. This causes pain to be distributed to
others because that person with the pain cannot deal with it.
“The poor unfortunate evil man will drive pain deeper into
things and spread it about wherever he goes,” (p...
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Macauley describes the person who tries to contain pain.
When Mr. Spangler, the telegraph office owner, was alone, John
Strickman tried to rob the telegraph office because he was down
on his luck and there was a war going on so he thought it didn’t
matter if he or Mr. Spangler died in the holdup...
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