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This way Neetu committed suicide to end anxieties and sad feelings of the whole of her family members. In Indian society, especially among the orthodox Hindus, the position of girls, whether educated or illiterate, employed or unemployed, is precarious in matters of marriage, dowry and divorce; the girls are treated as burdensome responsibilities; and in most of the cases, they are not free to move and encounter the wills of maledominated social governance. Only the girls are expected to be submissive, sober and virtuous vis-a-vis the boys.

How can I fulfill my promise? You tell me frankly". For many months, Hemingway's mind did not work to his expectations. He was badly upset. Anyhow, his wife came to know of it, and she started looking after -ner husband's safety. Hemingway had a splendid bungalow of Terrible Tales of Suicide 37 his own liking to live. Once his wife was out, he took his gun and suddenly, shot himself in his head which was thrown away into small pieces in the room in which he did so. When his wife returned, she found Hemingway lying on the floor dead.

Neetu asked herself. Looking at her inability to face 48 A Philosophy of Suicide and fight the odds and obstacles in life at the earliest. Neetu one night consumed poison, and consequently, she was found dead in the morning to the great surprise of her parents, brother and sisters. This way Neetu committed suicide to end anxieties and sad feelings of the whole of her family members. In Indian society, especially among the orthodox Hindus, the position of girls, whether educated or illiterate, employed or unemployed, is precarious in matters of marriage, dowry and divorce; the girls are treated as burdensome responsibilities; and in most of the cases, they are not free to move and encounter the wills of maledominated social governance.

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