Betty and Sayyad behave differently depending on where they are. Sayyad was a good husband and did not emphasis on ill treating his wife. They had a causal relationship like most American couple. Once they were in Iran the situation changed and Betty could not adapt to the rules of a Muslim household which was the cause of all the problems. The American way of life was not accepted by her husband relatives, and since the man is the head of the family Sayyad had to control and teach his wife.
A dispute breaks out once a certain girl, Betty, awakes in a screaming fit; the townsmen grow suspicious of her behavior, as she acts as though she is bewitched. John Proctor is
Hayley needed to get home to make sure her dad was ok and Trish hadn’t showed up again. He took her home because he was worried about her and she was shaking. Later on after Finn and Hayley had started dating she asked him to help her pick up her dad. Andy had made a scene at the bar and was too drunk to find where he had parked the car. Finn took her without saying much after their phone call.
The film Not Without My Daughter follows Betty Mahmoody, her Iranian-American husband, Moody, their daughter Mahtob, and their American/Iranian cultural struggle. Unfortunately, the message widely spread by this film is an unfair representation promoting anti-Islamic hate. Reinforced stereotypes and biased news reports have led the Western population to believe that the Islamic religion and people are violent towards others, especially their women. These inaccurate prejudices are equally fueled by prejudice sources such as the content found within Not Without My Daughter. Western observers presume that this unfamiliar culture and its people must be primitive, oppressive and abusive, sexist, and violent, all because of the generalized stereotypes presented in movies, such as Not Without My Daughter.
Ruthie experiences the desolation of loneliness after she learns of her brother's death. Published during the twentieth century, the love between siblings in "No Missing Parts" shows us that the love of a family is unconditional and is in perpetual growth that is why the links between members of the latter are very strong and
She falsely admits to this after someone yells for her to be hung. Reverend Hale questions her wondering if she has seen anyone with the devil. With Goody Putnam yelling in the background, and using that as a lead, Tituba accuses Sarah Good and Sarah Osborn of being with the devil. “I knew it!Goody Osburn were midwife to me three times. I begged you, Thomas, did I not?
Ty believes he saved her from the city and her home but in reality he stole her. ‘“‘I’ve saved you from all that. Saved. Not stolen,””(Christopher 92). This is what Ty says responding to Gemma’s accusation.
Even though his mother did terrible things to her he always had an underlining trust for her. This is shown when he is caught trying to steal a quarter from a pizza shop and buy food with it where he is caught by the cook. The cook speaks with him and then he is soon picked up by a police officer, but when asked why he ran away from home he never gave away everything about his mother, he could have told the police officer everything she has done but he kept quiet and was picked up by his father and they just stated it was a misunderstanding. Also at the very end of the second novel when he is talking with his mother on the phone before leaving for the Air Force, he could have expressed his anger and say how terrible she was but he did
In Meridian and The Dark Holds No Terrors, the young matrophobic daughters see their mothers (matrophillic daughters) as having taught them compromise and self-hatred that they are struggling to be free. They hate their mothers to the extent of suffering and developing a dread that if they relax their guard, they may identify with the mother completely. The mother stands for the victim in themselves, the unfree woman, the martyr; and so the matrophobic daughters do not want to be vessels of their mother’s (matrophillic daughter) frustration and