She hurries home, not even stopping at the bakery, which was part of her usual Sunday ritual. She flees to her "little dark room-her room like a cupboard". She is now faced with the fact that she isn't a part of the play at all. She would not be missed if she didn't show up. She really is one of those people on the bench watching the world go by... displayed 300 characters
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She flees to her "little dark room-her room like a cupboard". She is now faced with the fact that she isn't a part of the play at all. She would not be missed if she didn't show up. She really is one of those people on the bench watching the world go by. What a horrifying moment! As she puts her fur away and the narrator tells us "when she put the lid on she thought she heard something crying", I wonder if life will never be the same for Miss Brill... displayed next 300 characters
Miss Brill comes back to reality and knows that she is unwanted by society. She than decide to leave the park with at least some dignity and goes straight to home without buying herself a cake because she is sad and depressed from the truth...
She seems to be losing
a sense of reality and her idea what is important is somewhat warped.
Miss Brill intricately observes every little detail of the happenings around her illustrating the extent to which she has lost a grasp on reality...
Irigaray, Luce. "Women on the Market" (chapter 8). This Sex Which Is Not One. pp. 170-191. Lohafer, Susan. "Why the ?Life of Ma Parker' Is Not So Simple: Preclosure in Issue-bound Stories"...
She is constantly changing her words and actions to prove to her self that she is not old as well as not lonely in this big world.
All Miss Brill is looking for is a place in this world; a place where she feels loved and
most importantly needed...
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