The Murder

The Murder

?The Murder? by John Steinback reveals events that take place in an untraditional marriage between two very different people. Jim Moore marries Jelka Sepic, mostly because of her beauty. Jelka, a Jugo-Slav girl, has lived a different life compared to Jim. Jelka tries to please Jim by working hard around the house, but later in their marriage Jim catches her in bed with her cousin. Jim gets very angry and shoots Jelka?s cousin. Jim beats Jelka for her actions, but he doesn?t get into any trouble by the law for the murder. Jim decides that Jelka and he will move out of that house and build a new one. Jelka Sepic has an unexpressive, seclusive, and easygoing personality.
Jelka has an unexpressive disposition. First, she hardly ever speaks unless spoken to. ?She [is] very quiet.? ?She never [speaks] first?and then with soft short replies.? (4) Jelka has a very quiet and soft-spoken personality. Jim feels that her lack of communication hurts their relationship. Secondly, Jelka Sepic appears to be a very independent woman. ?I?ll help you get your shirtwaist off?No I?ll do it myself.? (10) She

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