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This fever was much feared by American tourists, especially those who had young, fragile daughters who might succumb to the ravages of the disease. The chances of contracting the disease were increased greatly after dark, when the mosquitoes that spread the infection were most active.
Symbolically, the title also refers to the fever pitch of the passions that were engendered in the two women when they visited Rome as nubile young girls.
The surface serenity and static nature of the plot provide ironic contrast to the gradual revelation of the intense emotions that the two women experienced when they were in Rome before. The story contrasts the abiding hate of Alida Slade with the abiding love of Grace Ansley.
Her intention was clearly to humiliate the other and to bask in her triumphant superiority.
Friendship and companionship are superficial social amenities as depicted in this story. Strong emotions are suppressed or at least concealed in favor of outward tranquillity and smooth social relations. However, the deep, hidden emotions have nevertheless driven these women to actions that shaped their lives and characters in profound ways.Ethan Frome (SparkNotes Literature Guide) by Edith Wharton Making the reading experience fun!
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Ethan deceives Zeena by toying with Zeena’s cousin Mattie. The Moment: A Fictional Story - This was it.
This was the moment he was waiting for. The moment to step up on the green, hard court and show everyone, what he was really made of. Ethan Frome (Annotated) - Kindle edition by Edith Wharton.
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