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Ethan Frome. It is a believe notion around the community that Starkfield winters suck the life out of it's residents. The cold, harsh weather is overbearing and treacherous. With it comes the sense of depression and bad memories. Ethan Frome has endured too many winters in Starkfield and the residents think it has taken its toll on him. We begin to get a look into him and how he truly does not love her. After his mother died, Ethan was all alone in the farm house with just Zeena.
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Quote 1: The narrator recognizes "something bleak and unapproachable" in his face. Introduction, pg. Quote 3: The narrator begins to realize the significance of Harmon's words, "Guess he's been in Starkfield too many winters. Quote 4: To the narrator, Ethan "seemed a part of the mute melancholy landscape, an incarnation of its frozen woe, with all that was warm and sentient in him fast bound below the surface Quote 5: To the narrator, the "diminished dwelling [is] the image of his own shrunken body. Quote 6: Ethan then asks her if she wants to leave, to which Mattie replies, "Where'd I go, if I did? Quote 7: Ethan usually believes that the spirits of the graveyard seem to call out to him, "We never got away - how should you?
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