In Joseph O’Neill’s “The Poltroon Husband,” the narrator explains that “To watch

GET HELP WITH YOUR ESSAY

If you need assistance with writing your essay, our professional Essay Writing Service is here to help!

ORDER THIS PAPER NOW

In Joseph O’Neill’s “The Poltroon Husband,” the narrator explains that “To watchfully occupy a chair was a pursuit that belonged neither to the day nor to the night; neither to the world of action nor to the world of rest” (9). Analyze how this suspension between action and rest is expressed throughout the story. What is O’Neill suggesting in this story about the experience of “waiting” or “abiding.”

ORDER THIS PAPER NOW