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Lecture 4

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Department
English
Course
ENGC13H3
Professor
Urschel
Semester
Winter

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Lecture 4Home provides some moral guidanceCatholicism provides a setof metaphors Ireland is referred to as Motherland so immigrants can be seen as orphans leaving their roots behindCatholicismseen as a surrogate mother Moral ConflictsValues Bessy ConwayHenry HerbertEthnic OppositionReligious OppositionShes Catholiches ProtestantThe fact that he pursues her despite her rejection means religion may not be so important to him as it is to herShes more family orientedPower assymetry between the twoBessy ConwayBridget Sally Fanny Onny Mary Murphy BeckySally is a character who is disobedientdoesnt go to church a very strong contrast to BessyEvery one of these girls appear to be bad except for BessyMary and Bessy have the same starting positiontheir values and development unfolds as the story progressesWe see that Mary turns away from religion her family becomes materialisticMary spends a lot on her exteriorindications that her priorities are not workrelatedShe has no domesticvaluesShe would not have fallen for this guy if he back homehe also neglects the
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