The Tragedy of Woman
Oscine is in a marriage without love, and her husband treats her like a slave.
And then she meets Abraham, a kind, caring doctor, and the two fall in love, but she vows to stay with her husband; but as this relationship disintegrates, she decides she stay for the sake of the children.
This story is a tragedy, for anytime a man loves a woman who is not his own, there will be blood. More
Oscine is born with a hereditary illness that compels her parents to ignore and despise her; consequently, she grows up waiting for that one special person who will rescue her from loneliness and allow her to truly experience the world.
She communes with Nature in ways that mystify those around her and is revered in her neighborhood and at school for her good deeds.
Oscine eventually leaves home, becomes a nurse, marries, and has three children; yet it is a marriage without love, and her husband treats her as if she is a bondservant.
And then she meets Abraham, a kind, caring doctor, and the two fall in love, but she vows never to leave her husband because she believes in the sanctity of marriage.
Abraham consults with Eli, his best friend, a rich, handsome and charming rogue with the ladies, who tells him how to win over Oscine. But Abraham is unable to follow this advice.
Meanwhile, the marriage between Heath and Oscine continues to disintegrate, and he begins to treat her worse than ever. Oscine still loves Abraham but now wants to stay in the marriage only for her children.
Will Oscine leave a man who cares more for his precious cars than his own wife? Will Abraham take charge and rescue Oscine from a man who does not care about her physical, spiritual, emotional and intellectual well-being the way he does?
And what will happen to Eli as he observes this great love between Abraham and Oscine? Will he change his attitude that women are merely conquests, to be cast off once they are conquered, and give them the honor and respect they are due?
This story is a tragedy, for anytime a man loves a woman who is not his own, there will be blood.
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