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One day, the man came to Margaret and pleaded, "Let me be your lover, even if it is one of them." "The Woman Agrees on Three Chapters in Advance: I am not a pure maiden, if there is one

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One day, the man came to Margaret and pleaded, "Let me be your lover, even if it is one of them." "The woman has agreed in three chapters in advance: I am not a pure maiden, and if one day I promise you, you must also be clear that I have other lovers besides you."

The protagonist of the story of "La Traviata" is called Margaret, she loves camellias and always wears them, so people call her "La Traviata".

She is a girl who came from the countryside to the city. Forced to sell her body for her livelihood, she became the shared mistress of the high society at that time, and wore gold and silver, and her life style was luxurious.

On the one hand, she is tired of such a sound life, not willing to be reduced to a commodity for people's entertainment, and on the other hand, she succumbs to her own desires, and is reluctant to leave the luxurious life of a drunken gold fan. Perhaps the camellia that is often worn is the one who longs for freedom and purity in the depths of her soul, but this has long been overshadowed by the rotten atmosphere of the upper class.

She was drunk and wild, cold and alienated from her feelings, and she ignored the count's bitter pursuit of her, until she had a serious illness at a huge expense, and she could not afford the medical expenses and recuperation expenses, and she had to continue to maintain a decent life by being the earl's lover.

Later, Margaret followed her doctor's advice and went to the Baldwea Spa for recuperation. A wealthy duke took a fancy to her, and Margaret and the Duke's dead daughter were very similar in appearance and illness, so the Duke begged Margaret to promise himself that the Duke would love her and take care of her as he loved his daughter.

He could keep all of Margaret's expenses, provided she stayed away from the life of the sound dog horse.

Margaret was raised in an apartment, too lonely and lonely, so she began to secretly interact with people again.

She was 20 years old.

By chance, Armand saw the beautiful and noble Margaret, who was deeply attracted to her and tossed and turned for her. After being ridiculed for the first time, Armand was briefly lost.

However, after three years, the two meet again, and Armand expresses his willingness to accept Margaret's life, only to stay with her, even if he is one of countless lovers.

Margaret was impressed by Armand's sincerity and decided to try to associate with him.

While dating Armand, Margaret also went on dates with the other counts from time to time. After all, the middle-class Armand could not satisfy Margaret's upper-class consumption, but such a relationship made Armand feel distressed.

The book says that men are always like this. Once they get something they originally had difficult to get, it takes a long time. They will feel dissatisfied again, and they will then demand to know about their lover's present and past. Even future situations. After they gradually became familiar with the lover, they wanted to control her, and the lover became more and more accommodating. The more they get in.

Armand couldn't bear it and wrote to Margaret, hoping to sever the relationship.

However, after the letter was sent, Armand quickly regretted that he had loved Margaret to the point of obsession. The incident causes both Margaret and Armand to re-examine the relationship, and Margaret finds herself in love with the only man who is genuine to her and respectful of her.

Margaret was determined to break off diplomatic relations with the past. She refused to accept Armand's financial efforts, and even broke with the old duke in order to maintain the relationship, cutting off the economic supply on which she depended. While Armand is in a dilemma for the relationship, Margaret quietly begins to plan for the future of the two.

She has lost her carriage, jewelry and many luxury goods, hoping that the money will pay off her debts, and the two use their accumulated money to buy a small house and start their own two-person world.

As soon as the relationship between the two had stabilized, Armand's father came to the door, believing that Margaret's identity had affected the reputation of armand's family, and even affected armand's sisters to marry. Armand argued and refused to compromise.

His father secretly found Margaret, who was emotionally reasonable, and Margaret had no choice but to sacrifice herself to complete Armand.

Armand, unaware of this, is so ashamed that he sees Margaret return to her former mistress life and wants to get revenge on the woman he once loved.

He insulted Margaret with words and, after having sex, paid 500 francs and a note to humiliate her. The ridicule of her old lover and the serious illness of her old lover, Margaret is physically and mentally exhausted, and it is not as good as a day.

After Margaret fell ill, the men who had been around her said that none of the people who loved her had ever come to see her, including Armand, who was far away in another country, and remembered Margaret in her heart, thinking that she was a woman who was not worthy of his love.

She is still entangled with Margaret's girlfriend to get revenge on her. Margaret looked forward to seeing Armand every day in her hospital bed, and so she waited, and closed her eyes forever. After Margaret's death, all the creditors came to auction her belongings, and Armand was distraught when he learned the bad news.

But the Scythians are gone, and all the remorse is of no avail.

Although Margaret fell into the dust, she still maintained a pure and noble heart. She pursues a true love life with enthusiasm and hope. And when that hope is dashed. He is willing to sacrifice himself to fulfill others.

All this makes the image of this despised fireworks woman shine with a holy brilliance, so much so that when people mention the three words "la traviata". Not replaced by dirty thoughts, at least her love was noble.

The whole book is filled with the tragic fate of a beautiful woman and the tears of remorse of an immature man.

Class status and the traditional moral shackles have become an indelible gulf between two people, but as Dumas said, these tragedies in the world are often caused by high-sounding reasons for upholding some moral code.

One day, the man came to Margaret and pleaded, "Let me be your lover, even if it is one of them." "The Woman Agrees on Three Chapters in Advance: I am not a pure maiden, if there is one
One day, the man came to Margaret and pleaded, "Let me be your lover, even if it is one of them." "The Woman Agrees on Three Chapters in Advance: I am not a pure maiden, if there is one
One day, the man came to Margaret and pleaded, "Let me be your lover, even if it is one of them." "The Woman Agrees on Three Chapters in Advance: I am not a pure maiden, if there is one

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