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Monica’s presentation gave quite significant information regarding the death of Hedda. Before she went on to commit suicide, Hedda states that “[…] After this, I will be quiet,” (85). She foreshadows her own death, but rather than having an unimportant reason to kill herself, her suicide actually has a meaning: Hedda would rather die than become Brack’s sex slave. Although she became a monster with her betrayal and manipulation, she was still an independent woman with her dignity intact. So, with her meaningful death, a better understanding of a “beautiful death” is exposed. Related posts:
The editors responded that the set contains wide-ranging debates representing many viewpoints on significant issues, not a monolithic school of thought. Mortimer Adler argued in the introduction to the second edition: