The concluding paragraphs of Francis Scott Fitzgerald’s “Babylon Revisited” (rpt. In Greg Johnson and Thomas R. Arp, Perrine’s Literature: Structure, Sound & Sense, 12th ed. [Boston: Wadsworth 2015] 199-216) provides the opportunity for much discussion and viewpoints from readers. After a long period of absence, and a heavy discussion with his brother and sister-in-law, Charlie Wales feels confident in gaining his daughter, Honoria, back. However, matters take a turn for the worst when a familiar couple, Duncan and Lorraine Schaeffer, make an appearance and ruins everything.
Moushumi has the same interest as Ruth. Gogol saw this as an opportunity to reconnect to his roots after his father’s death. Not long after they are married things begin to crumble. Moushumi becomes unsatisfied with the marriage and even cheats on Gogol about a year into the marriage. Eventually this causes Gogol to end the marriage.
Knowing “The Hero’s Journey”, it was easy to point out the key elements while watching Stardust. Tristan’s status quo at the beginning of the story was that he lived in a small village in England with his father and fawned over his “love”, Victoria. His call to adventure was seeing the shooting star in the sky and the he departed by way of a Babylon candle after he made Victoria a promise to retrieve the star in exchange for her hand in marriage. Tristan successfully gets the star, Yvaine, and endures a great deal of trials with her. He grows as a person and so does his affection for Yvaine.
Since this unexpected event occurred Charlie is now spiraling into debt that he will probably never get out of. Charlie does keep this internal because he is more than likely ashamed of going bankrupt since he just bought this luxurious mansion. When looking at Charlie going into debt by the stock market crash it shows how an unexpected negative event can leave an individual with intrapersonal
Hart gives a message to the widow who has a son named eggsy, if they ever need any help they should call on a number printed on the back of the medal with a coded message. After around seventeen years later a professor expert in climate change named Arnold was kidnapped by an unidentified people who worked for Valentine a generous guy who is always there for the needy people. A kingsman agent Lancelot goes
Charlie tries his best to convince Marion, the wife’s sister, that he is capable of taking custody of Honoria. Before Helen gave birth to her daughter, Charlie and her were going out and spending all their fortunes by partying in Paris. However, due to a certain incident, Helen died and now Marion takes care of Honoria. After what happened, Charlie makes the decision to treat his alcoholism and had since moved to Prague to start a business of his own. Marion, however, still feels complete
As mentioned before, It Happened One Night was the pinnacle of screwball comedies. The story is about a spoilt heiress, Ellen Andrews (Claudette Colbert), who runs away from home after rebelling against her father (Waler Connolly) and marries an infamous celebrity King Westley. She tries to get reunited with him throughout the film but meets a witty and recently fired reporter Peter Warne (Clark Gable) and falls in love with him. In the end Ellie ends up eloping again from her own wedding but this time, for Peter. Since the American comedies of 1930’s represented the themes of marriage and courtship, it is quite obvious that the finale will take place in relation to those terms.
Inspired from Claudine Ward’s Fugue Divakaruni wrote this story about an immigrant arranged married Indian couple who had a small child. The story revolves around the disappearance of an exasperated wife and an orthodox husband searching frantically for her, but in vain. Devastated at last he recalled his married life with her, and evaluated his and his child’s future. He decided to get remarried and discovered at last that his wife had actually eloped taking all her jewellery. Divakaruni through her characters impresses bilaterally the orthodox mindset of an Indian immigrant male which ascends towards the wife’s exasperation and how her alienation destroyed their relationship and the family.
Deliberation Brief – Julie Le Hamlet coming back home after long days ahead in school without any updates from his family and walking through the doors of his home full of excitement to meet his family but to find out that his father had passed away and his mother, Gertrude is now married to his father’s brother, King Claudius. I believe he was quite insane for a little bit due to the unexpected tragedy of his father and overwhelming thoughts rushing through his brain by his mother’s actions. The chose he has to decide for a split second is either to let the insanity take over his mind and be taken advantage of with more dangerous thoughts coming from his now so call enemies such as King Claudius and anybody in that house or, to actually act insane while keeping his sanity in the back of his head, to pile as much real information about
Digging deeper into a text can usually involve looking at the author's life and what they have been through and accomplished. In the Gift of the Magi, O. Henry when Jim is expressing his love for Della by giving up a family heirloom which had belonged to his father and grandfather, and maybe in the future his own son. Instead, he gave it up so he could see his wife happy. O. Henry when he worked at a bank in Austin, Texas was charged for embezzling money. He fled to a foreign land only to return because his wife became terminally ill. Because he returned, he was sent to jail for a few years.