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...mark instead of embracing the birth-mark that was given to her. Nathaniel Hawthorne reveals that desire for perfection is a dreadful objective. The Wilfred Owen reveals to his audience that if a person shows the reality, then let the person decide for how he or she wants to deal with things accordingly. The last lesson is never to live a life wanting to please others. Both the soldier and Georgiana wanted to please their lovers. Unfortunately, they end up hurting themselves. Georgiana’s death reveals that a person should never try putting his life in jeopardy. Georgiana and the soldier should not let people coerce them into doing a something they love. It is hard to depict what Aylmer sadness is after his wife dies. Aylmer possibly realizes that he took his wife for granted. The soldier realizes that trying to please another person ends up making life worse.
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