jealousy

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jeal·ou·sy

zelophobia.
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jealousy

(jĕl′ə-sē)
n. pl. jealous·ies
A jealous attitude or disposition.
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Jealosy and boredom are balanced by the shared inventory of desires.
In closing, although one might take issue with minor details of Kartchner's translations of Spanish texts, and point out minor issues such as occasional misspellings--problemetize (132), jealosy (137), suspition (137), for example--, in all, he has produced an intelligent treatment of metafiction in the marriage tales, helping subsequent readers thereby to a greater appreciation of them, despite their deceptive endings.