THE COLONEL’S LADY (Social life point of view analysis) PROSE ANALYSIS: Group Assignment The Colonel’s Lady is a short story written by W.Somerset Maugham.T he story consists of some characteristic which has a relatedness each other such as: George Pilgrimre, Evie, E.K. Hamilton, Banock, Daphne, Duke of Havarel. Henry Dashwood, and Henry Blane. The story is about George Pilgrime and his wife Evie, who made a novel tells about her secret love with a young boy, but lately that young boy was died. Actually, Evie has given the novel to her husband to be read out. But George Pilgrime didn’t do it. When he went to London, he so surprised because her wife novel is very popular. I t makes him become interesting to reread her wife novel. Later on, he knew that thye novel show her wife secret love with another person. Then he went to his lawyer and he wanted to send detective to investigate her wife affairs. Firstly, he wants to divorce his wife but he didn’t do it because he feel …
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