A New England Nun by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
Marriage is often viewed as an expected aspect of life that is necessary in order to be a whole and happy person. Louisa, of Mary E. Wilkin Freeman's 'A New England Nun', goes against this custom. When presented with the opportunity to marry, she rejects it. To her, a solitary life of domestic activities translates into happiness and contentment, while a married life is unfavorable and would actually make her unhappy due to the absence of her precious activities and the constant presence of a coarse and indelicate man.
<Tab/>Domestic activities? One may ask. How could activit…
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