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Monsieur and Madame are the happily married and loving parents to Athenais, their attractive daughter who is sought after for marriage, and to Benedict, their orphaned nephew.
Benedict's education has elevated him above his class, such that, to the young farmer who marries Athenais, he is a "cracheur de grec" (44-45).
The conclusion, however, contradicts the novel's critique of marriage by reaffirming it in the union of Athenais and Valentin, a marriage we are told that respects the domination of husband over the wife.