Expectations fulfilled (cheating) Essays and Papers

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Expectations fulfilled (cheating)

English 1B

Exp ectations Fulfilled

When one hears stories about cheating, automatically the first response that the
individual will have is that the person who cheated is heartless. Oftentimes people have
mistakenly misjudged the person who has cheated on their loved one. There is always
another disclosed side of the story of the deceitful person. For instance, in "The Bridges
of Madison County," Francesca Johnson is a woman who has encountered a non-intimacy life
and lacks exoticness in her marriage with Richard. Unintentionally, one day she utterly
falls for a stranger name Robert Kincaid. Despite an instant attraction between them,
Francesca Johnson let herself be unchaste because Kincaid fulfilled her expectations,
provides intimacy, and stimulates romance.

In order to keep a relationship alive, one's expectations must come through. Johnson is a
woman who lives in a sheltered life. She does not do many activities nor do anything
appealing. It might seem as though she lives a plain life, but in her heart she has
expectations that needs to be fulfilled. "And women were starting to have expectations
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