Elisa In The Chrysanthemums By John Steinbeck

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"The Chrysanthemums" by John Steinbeck, uncovers Elisa’s thoughts and feelings through her eyes as the protagonist. Elisa is totally disillusioned because Henry doesn't appreciate what she cherishes and could be occupied with. When she experiences with the tinker she feels distinctive and appears to have an association with him. Although, when she imagined that he was the special person who saw her and comprehended her identity. She was demonstrated wrong when she saw on her approach to supper, the Chrysanthemums disposed of on the road. She then understood that no man will ever value her and her Chrysanthemums. Even though she is kicking the bucket inside to find something even more invigorating and testing, she is viewed as frail and gullible,

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