The narrators desire for Magnans’ sister is evident from his description of her physique.The writer describes to detail the physique of Magnans’ sister, which he does every morning.
The writer describes Magnan’s sister vividly showing the deep desire he has for Magnan’s sister.
The desire for Magnans’ sister is evident from the way the writer reacts when he and Magnans’ sister has a conversation.
The narrator is disappointed with the wares he finds in the market place, and he realizes that buying Magnans’ sister a gift would not make her love him.
The writer gives up on the gift and returns home empty handed and frustrated.
As the lights of the bazaar went out, his frustration heightened into despair; and he did not see himself as a person anymore but as a creature.
The narrator in his desperation alienates himself from a human being to a creature.
This showed that the uncle had the same routine every time he came from work; thus, when the narrator asked for money the Uncle forgot because it did not fall in his routine activities.
A the writers feelings grow deeper and deeper for Magnans’ sister he alienates himself from his surroundings; every morning when he watches the young woman h does so in half drawn blinds so that no one else can see him.
From the way, he describes the streets the squalor of his residence is evident.
The priest in the story had died of neglect in the back of his drawing room.