Anger can be found in Charlotte Brontë 's Jane Eyre which challenges the Victorian societal constraints designed to keep women enclosed. In the end, Brontë demonstrates that women 's anger is very political and to be an angry woman in nineteenth-century England is next-door to insanity. The Woman Upstairs by Claire Messud, Anger is the subject of this novel. Official beginning of anger in literature was with the emergence of Angry Yong Men movement in 1950s. Angry Young Men, a term applied by journalists in the 1950s to the authors and protagonists of some contemporary novels and plays that seemed to sound a note of protest or resentment against the values of the British middle class.
Osborne 's Look Back in Anger,(1956) reflect his criticism of his society. Osborne 's anger was represented by the major character, Jimmy Porter, who articulates the disillusionment of the post-war youth in Britain at that time. The struggle between classes was tackled through Porter 's marriage to the upper class Alison. The title of look back in anger defines the underlying themes of all Osborne 's plays. Each is motivated by outrage because of the discovery that the idealized Britain, for which many had sacrificed their life during the war years, was inauthentic (Innes 98-103).
Arthur Miller, an American writer during the 1950’s, compose one of his well known publish plays, The Crucible, as an allegory for the clear purpose of criticizing America’s society with the McCarthy anti-communist trials revolving during the era. The Crucible consisted of the background of 1600’s Salem witch trials but what Miller wanted to capture was the idea of the trials in American society being unjustifiable and destroyed lives of innocents in many occurrences. Within the composer of Arthur Miller’s, "Are You Now Or Were You Ever?,” the purpose is to justify his reason for shaming American society for the anti-communist trials by arguing that the blame was paranoia driving an individual to hysteria, often leading to bringing out the worse from within. Miller demonstrates a series of rhetorical strategies throughout the article in order to help convince an audience of his argument of paranoia leads up to distrust and chaos around a community. Miller begins the article with a series of specific verbs in order to layout a logical and convincing reasoning of why he was driven to expose the idea of paranoia being the one to commence the misshapen in society with all the trails.
The dance in The Duchess of Malfi can be seen as an embodiment of the discord and the incoherence of the world of the Duchess. We can also observe the increasingly aberrant state of mind of Ferdinand. Namely it is he who has conceived this grotesque scheme to unsettle the Duchess. To Elizabethan-Jacobean audience, the display of madmen would have seemed horrifying and unsettling in a play that detailed revenge and murder. Surprisingly, the dreadful spectacle gets related to the new professional middle classes in England.
Very likely if you trust on a sanguine then you may have to atone for it. Though the sweet and alluring behaviors of sanguine people please everyone, their words are not to be relied upon. Still, at times they become too disobedient as like the choleric ones. But usually they don’t answer back or refuse something directly. Instead, they are the yes-men who always show their agreement to whatever they are asked to perform, but never keep to their words.
Power and Sexuality of Women in Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts is one of the most controversial and criticised plays of the Victorian Era. The play focuses on the universal gender discrimination and the Norwegian Bourgeois’ attitude towards power and sexuality of men as well as women. Ibsen can be labelled as a social critic of the age who unveils the grim images of the then prevailing atmosphere, including the norms of hereditary guilt. The main focus of this paper will be the subordinate and subservient status of women in the play. First the conventional view of women in the Victorian Era is highlighted and subsequently how Ibsen’s play attacks the ideology of women as the ‘serving’ sex within the set-up of a marriage.
Overall, you are not anxious in difficult situations and you remain calm when others feel stressed or nervous. In addition, you are not afraid of physical harm in general and so you are indifferent to dangerous situations. But since you feel empathy for most people, you would prevent to put them in such dangerous situations yourself. When something really bothers you, you can sometimes even worry about small things. Especially sentimental you become when you think of people and places you once knew but lost.
Libras are very cautious and they never behave violent or aggressive. To achieve success, they use connections, recommendations, and their innate diplomatic skills. They do not have big demands, do not ask for impossible and that is why life never disappoints them. Libra does not give great importance to money and is reluctant to talk about the subject. However, they are very generous and somewhat wasteful.
They feel very little interest for whatever may be going on around them. Tending to be indolent the phlegmatics show much reluctance for work. Slowness and dullness predominate in this group of people. Characteristics of the Phlegmatic Temperament: Affable- Phlegmatics often have many friends; not because they are too extroverted, but because they manage and adjust with everyone. As like a universal solvent possess the ability to dissolve almost every known kind of solutes, the phlegmatics adjust with people of every temperament types.
Introduction Some people argue that etiquette no longer matters, that the rules for good behavior are old-fashioned and out of date. However, good behavior and manners are never out of style. Etiquette, like all other cultural behaviors, evolves to match the times. Without etiquette, members of society would show far too much impatience and disrespect for one another, which would lead to insults, dishonesty, cheating, road rage, fist fights, and a rash of other unfortunate incidents. Etiquette is merely a set of guidelines for politeness and good manners, the kindnesses with which we should always treat each other.