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  • Jealousy

    1. 1. Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress : Jealousy
    2. 2. Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress : Jealousy By Jenny Kang 11N2
    3. 3. The narrator is jealous of Luo
    4. 4. The narrator is jealous of Luo “Suddenly I felt a stab of jealousy, a bitter wrenching emotion I had never felt before.”
    5. 5. The Little Seamstress is described to be very beautiful and it is obvious that the two boys are attracted to her.
    6. 6. The Little Seamstress is described to be very beautiful and it is obvious that the two boys are attracted to her. After learning that the LCS has chosen Luo, the narrator feels a stab of jealousy.
    7. 7. The Little Seamstress is described to be very beautiful and it is obvious that the two boys are attracted to her. After learning that the LCS has chosen Luo, the narrator feels a stab of jealousy. But the narrator’s friendship and respect to Luo is very strong and so the narrator holds his silence, yearning for the LCS’s love.
    8. 8. The Little Seamstress is described to be very beautiful and it is obvious that the two boys are attracted to her. After learning that the LCS has chosen Luo, the narrator feels a stab of jealousy. But the narrator’s friendship and respect to Luo is very strong and so the narrator holds his silence, yearning for the LCS’s love. ‘Unrequited love’
    9. 9. The miller is jealous of Luo and the LCS
    10. 10. The miller is jealous of Luo and the LCS “I understood full well that I would never taste the watery delights enjoyed by them.”
    11. 11. The miller says this quote while he watches Luo and the LCS playing in the water.
    12. 12. The miller says this quote while he watches Luo and the LCS playing in the water. He is clearly jealous of their youth and for the fact that he would never experience what they are doing.
    13. 13. The miller says this quote while he watches Luo and the LCS playing in the water. He is clearly jealous of their youth and for the fact that he would never experience what they are doing. Also we can clearly see that the miller is very lonely.
    14. 14. The narrator and Luo is jealous of Four-Eyes.
    15. 15. The narrator and Luo is jealous of Four-Eyes. “Who could this fortunate person be - the first to be ... released from re- education? The question kept us awake ... feverish with envy. ...We had no idea who the lucky boy might be.”
    16. 16. It is clear that the two boys are jealous of Four-Eyes because he is the first to get out of the re-education camps.
    17. 17. It is clear that the two boys are jealous of Four-Eyes because he is the first to get out of the re-education camps. Through this we can see that how eager the two boys are to get out of re-education.

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