âFor a long time he looked out the living-room window from behind the curtain,â which gives plausibility that Bill is searching for a perception of Harriet (72). At this point, both Bill and Arlene have seem to abandoned the approval of their perception of themselves because both have began to try on their neighborsâ clothes, striving to gain some perception of them; âHe noticed white lint clinging to the back of her sweater, and the color was high on her cheeksâ (73)...
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At the end, when both Bill and Arlene are locked out of the Stones apartment, a metaphor takes place where the Millers come to the conclusion that they have to be who they are. They are constantly wondering whether or not the Stones will ever come back even though it is extremely probable that the Stones are coming back...