What can you infer about the identity and emotions of the speaker in “Life is Fine”?



What can you infer about the identity and emotions of the speaker in “Life is Fine”?​

Answer:

The speaker goes to the river and sits down by the bank to think. He cannot concentrate so he jumps into the water and sinks. He surfaces and cries out twice. If the water had not been so frigid he would have died, he says, “But it was Cold in that water! It was cold!”

He takes the elevator to the sixteenth floor of his building, where he thinks about his “baby” and considers jumping. He stands up there and yells, and if it had not been so high, he might have leapt off and died. “But it was High up there! it was high!” He says.

He comments that since he is still living, he might as well live on. He might have died for love but he was born to live. He says to his baby that he would “dogged” if she were to see him die. He concludes, “Life is fine! Fine as wine! Life is fine!”

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