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The fall of Clare is in haziness. The readers are forced t think about the major part played Irene in the fall of Clare Redfeild . Clare consciously accompanies Irene’s husband Brain in tea parties. During these outings Irene notices her ability with men. She has such a magnetic ability to charm and enthrall them with her beauty, pull them through her skilful speech. Irene is sure that Clare would go after anything that she desired with disregard to the feeling of others . “Why to get the thing I want badly enough, I would do anything, hurt anybody, throw anything away, I am not safe” p(81).
The real Irene is one who wishes to enjoy the liberal life of Clare .But she now blames herself for hiding the fact of being Black. John Bellow is also unknown about her identity. But in the curse of the time Irene notices the influence of Clare even on her own husband. To Irene, security was the most important and desired thing in life .It was clear that Irene at a moment subconsciously wished for an end to Clare. When Clare confesses about the breaking of the china tea cup to Hugwentworth that it was a mindful effort, she reveals her mind. The white tea cup is really Clare herself who has the same white ancestors and live in the world through deception. Clearly the shattering of the tea cup with its white fragments is the shadows of the impending death of Clare
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Herein, emphasis on the “real me” and the “inward turn” to the self have emerged. However, when it comes to dealing with the means of educating individuals in today’s nihilistic times, with regards to the loss of one’s voice, education for the self-reliant individual thus seems urgent.
In the commencement, Irene, the central character, goes to Chicago and stays at an elegant hotel Drayton. Meanwhile, sitting on the table she finds a beautiful woman gazing at her and after a few minutes that strange woman comes and sits with her. Irene finds out that the woman was Clare, a woman from her childhood.
Center of discussion in this paper is Nella Larson’s novel “Passing”. In it, racism is shown between two characters Irene and Clare on the context of skin color in the African community. Because Clare’s skin color is light, she can easily pass off as a white but Irene cant. The story projects different issues that arose between Irene and Clare due to this.
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