THE DUCHESS AS WELL AS THE JEWELLER
Oliver Bacon, the jeweller, is really the only developed character in the short story " The Duchess and the Jeweller" by Va Woolf. Mcdougal uses the indirect stream-of consciousness approach as well as her own words to describes the lively merchant being a many-sided person: He is equally ambitious and sympathetic.
The jeweller is extremely arrogant and ambitious. His strutting smugness is obvious through the pet metaphors utilized to portray him-from his physical bearing (" his nose was very long and flexible, such as an elephant'strunk" ), to his ambition when compared with a " giant hog" snuffing for truffles or a " buck sees the blue pond. " He reveals his heart's greatest passion pertaining to cold stones rather than other human beings, specifically since this individual does not have got any true friends inside the story. The moment Bacon starts his safe to thrive on his treasures, the jewels-" shining, cool, yet burning up eternally, with the own pressurized light" -his excitement is apparent as he offers human attributes to the germs.
" Cry! " said Oliver, taking a look at the pearl jewelry.
" Heart's blood! " he said, looking at the rubies.
But, he exclaims " Gunpowder! " on the blazing light from the expensive diamonds, " Gunpowder enough to blow Mayfair-sky high, substantial, high! " At this point, Bacon becomes not only the cargo manipulator, yet a man of the British ruling structure, a great edifice so massive that much of the human population remained flattened by the pressures.
However , our sympathies are with all the man whom recalls his youthful self, " you who started out life within a filthy, tiny alley" and who nonetheless incarnates the spirit of " the wily clever little boy; " the man whom still works in " the darker little shop in the street away Bond Street" rather than in the world of the Duchess who, for all her waste, still addresses the jeweller " with sparkling glowing colours; " the man whom worships the memory of his mom and apologizes to her for paying the Duchess 20, 000 pounds to get junk, trading his self esteem and...