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Essay heading: "Friendly Skies" analysis
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Ellen is repeatedly drinking her problems away throughout the story, and at the end "[she] sat, dazed, over yet another Scotch?" (209) By using the words "yet another," the author implies that everything is the same. The constant negative attitude and drinking both aid in repressing her feelings, which might cause them to grow into an unexpected outburst of emotion...
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A man named Roy, who is her ex, actually starts this conflict in the past when he is in the teachers' lounge at the school they are working at. In front of Ellen's mother and colleagues, Roy shouts at her: "So what if I am sleeping with her? What's it to you? You think you own me? Do you? Huh, shit-for-brains? Huh?" (206) Ellen battles with negative emotions from this bad experience and these feelings bottle up inside, making her feel lost in life and depressed...
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