Maria Concepcion, Christian Values
Maria Conception as a narrative may make the person who reads to question her/his own intellect of morality. The narrative goes that Maria gets wedded to Juan Villegas; it is a Christian marriage and therefore happens at a church, in their native Mexico. This is a very rare happening, particularly for the small Mexican village in which they live. Normally, this idea of a sacred ceremony should act to make their matrimony holier than any other marriage but it is not the case. Nonetheless, Maria is said to have a kind of good reputation and relationship with her neighbors and the community at large. She is a religious woman full of energy and is said to be proficient of driving a negotiate to its end. Her marriage does not go well in its early stages; Juan cheats on her. Maria Rosa is the culprit woman in this case. They are not lucky to get away with it as Maria Conception is able to catch them at it. Consequently, Juan and his new companion leave to go and serve in the revolution (Porter 24).
It would be natural for a woman to weep being left by a husband but Conception is not a normal woman; she did not weep for him. Again, she did not weep when the baby she had with him was born and went on to pass away less than a week later.
[...] Maria Rosa ruined a very functioning marriage. When Maria Conception got wind of her existence, she went ahead and slit her throat. Maria Rosa's baby is then stolen by Maria Conception. Lupe and Given have refused acknowledgement of the concept of justice and doing the right thing in the society. Justice is often associated with the civilized and the democratic people in our lovely world. Givens bails out Juan from prison while Lupe goes on to announce to everyone the person who murdered Maria Rosa. [...]
[...] However, just as important as it is, it is the reason that she even finds herself fighting to free herself from the restrictions and the confinement of not being able to make her decisions without being prevented or stopped by anybody. Characterization In reading this story, one stops to wonder the type of people in the story. Maria Conception is story that can cause a person to hate each and every character from the story. A look at the characters makes a person think of such things as, natural selection, human violence themes, primitive instincts, and so forth. [...]
[...] Maria's religion, which is Christianity, is against revenge of any forms. Therefore, even if Maria Conception had the right to revenge the wrongs done to her by Maria Rosa and Juan, in the eyes of the church, or anyone for that matter, this is very irrational. This is simply that primitive desire for survival that all animals have. Conception is a woman who shows no emotion whatsoever; she is capable of numbing herself from everything in the environment she lives in; and slit the throat of a man without even showing a flinch of any kind. [...]
[...] Maria Concepcion Related to Christian Values Plot Structure Maria Conception as a narrative may make the person who reads to question her/his own intellect of morality. The narrative goes that Maria gets wedded to Juan Villegas; it is a Christian marriage and therefore happens at a church, in their native Mexico. This is a very rare happening, particularly for the small Mexican village in which they live. Normally, this idea of a sacred ceremony should act to make their matrimony holier than any other marriage but it is not the case. [...]
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