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The Parvenue-Mary Shelley (1797-1851)

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In the similar context, se also revealed her deep belief that scarcity of wealth in an individual’s life can also make the person self-seeking and even greedily poor (Shelley, 392). Asessing the chronology of events in Fanny’s life, i was learnt that the family had to face difficult situations to avail the amount of facilities required to support the healthy livelihood, i not a luxurious life, o such a big family as hers. A a consequence, te family had to migrate to another part of the country and live hardship in a rented cottage, ater her father lost his stewardship.

Tere new rented cottage had a small land adjacent with it, wich the family used for agriculture and animal farming as a means of livelihood. Athough Fanny presumed her family to be quite happy being united irrespective of the scarcity of wealth, te greed to live a luxurious life possessing great wealth was also reflected in the narration of Fanny. Te chronology of event that was described in the story, mntioned an incident when fire broke out in cottage, lading the destruction of the minimum wealth her family had.

Udoubtedly, te life threatening incident left the entire family bewildered and devastated which depicts a negative consequence of having minimum wealth and, o the other side of the coin, idicating the positive benefits of possessing great wealth. I this regard, i can be assumed that if Fanny’s family had been rich to support a healthy livelihood, tey could have easily recovered from the trauma and recovered their losses prudently. Hwever, te family did not possess the amount of required to support a healthy life.

I was then that Fanny realized the importance of wealth and started to work for enjoying a better living. Terefore, wen Fanny realised that Lord Reginald’s love for her, se became excited of dreaming about the wealthy life she could attain after their marriage. Een her mother, a she narrated, ws too glad to have the opportunity of gifting her hand to a wealthy person like Lord Reginald. I Fanny’s words, “e had been indeed saved from dreadful evils; rin had ensued from fire, ad we had been sunk in adversity through the very event from which our good fortune took its rise.

Ithought I make them happy – they are prosperous through me! Ad my heart warmed with gratitude towards my husband at the idea” (Shelley...

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