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    hey! can any body help me, we have to write an essay comparing hard times and a woman of no importance. So, my question is, how do characters undergo a transformation in a woman of no importance???! thankz
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    (Original post by liverpool18)
    hey! can any body help me, we have to write an essay comparing hard times and a woman of no importance. So, my question is, how do characters undergo a transformation in a woman of no importance???! thankz
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    I think Hester has a huge transformation in her outlook on life. She is the very naive Puritan with strict but idealised views of things, but in the final scene, on hearing of Mrs Arbuthnot's plight, her views change.
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    hey thanks, would you say that mrs arbuthnt changes? and how?
    thank you, greatly appreciated!
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    (Original post by liverpool18)
    hey thanks, would you say that mrs arbuthnt changes? and how?
    thank you, greatly appreciated!
    I'm not really sure. I suppose she is quite a scared women for most of the play but she plucks up the courage to tell Gerald about her fling with Illingworth and that he is his father. But I don't think it's as strong a transformation as Hester's.

    I think I'll post some notes on AWONI on my blog later, because i have quite a lot from last year and might as well put them to good use.
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    ok thans for your help! greatly appreciated!
 
 
 
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