Ethan Frome Essay | Ethan Frome, the Issue of Money

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Ethan Frome, the Issue of Money

Summary: Everyone's life in Ethan Frome seemed to be crushed by unforeseen circumstances and the realization of poverty. The book brings to light the issue of money in the book, and the effects it caused.
Money has always been a problem for Ethan and Zena throughout their life. Some could argue it was the deciding factor in their relationship. If Ethan had money when he was studying to become an engineer, after his mother died he could have just left to pursue that goal. He wouldn't have felt inclined to stay with Zena; instead he didn't have much of a choice. Money played a key role in their relationship as well. Without money Zena or Ethan couldn't really be happy, also she couldn't get the proper treatment for her sickness; further, they wouldn't have had to be confined to the dull listless life of Starkfield.

When Ethan was growing up he was very much interested in science and technology. He was very intelligent and into his studies, hoping to one day become an engineer and move to Florida. When...

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