Happiness In Willa Cather's My Antonia

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Towards the end of book one, section 2 of the book “My Antonia” by WIlla Cather, Jim displays happiness as “to be dissolved into something complete and great. When it comes to one, it comes as naturally as sleep.” I do believe that Antonia agree with Jim’s definition of happiness. I get this assumption from a few things that are portrayed in this section of the book. Throughout this book I depicted Antonia as a free spirited girl. Regardless of all of the difficult circumstances she made the best outcome of all of her hardships and difficulties.
`After Antonia and her family got there and they went to Jim’s house telling them about her Papa’s friends this made me feel like she was happy for her family even despite moving away from her normal
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