This poem may allude to an unrequited love interest of Dickinson’s and the pain that comes with it. Forgetting someone or moving on is a lot harder when it is not certain if the feelings were ever shared. The truth may not be positive, but it is better than uncertainty. The narrator has been hurt somehow by her lover, and is not only angry with him but at herself. Pain makes it harder to forget someone as well.
I hate him, Hester!’ “(Hawthorne 109). His moral stage continues to be at stage 1 “Obedience and Punishment Orientation” because his selfishness still makes an overall reflection on his personality. He is more concerned about his own feelings than everyone around him opposed to his morality at the beginning of the novel. He expresses signs of jealousy because Pearl called out for him. Next, at the beginning of Chapter 18 after Hester has declared to Dimmesdale that Chillingworth is her real husband and he becomes upset, eventually he forgives her and sees Chillingworth as the real sinner.
The symbols of imagery, dialogue, and physical transformation Butler utilizes express the feelings of jealousy, communication, and regret between the wife and husband. He desired for his readers to connect this to society of how relationships work, second chances, adultery, and weak communication as these things occur in couples. The losing of trust, mystery, and suspicion in relationships can defeat a person to the point of death. Individuals should make the most out of their lives, a life filled with no regrets because life is too beautiful and priceless. It happens fast and is too short to not make the most of
Stanley is shown to be the “manliest man” but he is unstable and irrational when he realizes what he has done when the damage has been done. For example, when Stanley physically abused Stella he realized what he had done when he was brought back to his senses. He regretted it and was crying for her to go back to him and love him. Also, love in this story is filled with insecurities and secrets. Blanche and Mitch would have been official, but Mitch believed what he was being told about Blanche and did not want her for hearing she was not “pure”.
Love is a powerful emotion and feeling that we cherish so much because it's so precious that we don't want to lose it when we have it. Abuse also has a powerful emotion towards its meaning too but is very destructive in many ways. In our society people confuse what abuse is and what love is when using them. They “use” them together in sense to say “it’s better for your own good” or ¨This hurts me more than this hurts you.¨ All for what?! Abuse and love both have powerful meanings to it but they can’t coexist with each other in any good way shape or form.
This quote holds literary significance because it symbolizes the destructive effects that love can have on an individual. After Catherine stops communicating with Linton he grows even more ill and literally starts dying of heartbreak. This extreme reaction to a lack of love represents the destructive power that love can have on a person’s health and life. The quote symbolizes the destructive nature of love by emphasizing the intense effects of Catherine 's relationship and its effects on Linton’s rapidly deteriorating health. This quote holds literary significance because it characterizes Hareton by emphasizing his desire for Catherine 's validation.
However, unquestionably, it is common element that we have enthusiastic heart to somebody. Can’t we say that take care of somebody more than any others with profound affection is love? But in The great Gatsby, we must consider about this subject: Justification of the tolerance called love. Occasionally, we say “I give you forgiveness because I love you.” And sometimes people are up to no good to save their love. Although such error could not be forgiven if we be rational, we forgive blunders or faults in the name of love.
One way Miss Lonelyheart breaks the mold of the stereotypical is by rejecting the man that made advances on her even though she wanted love. Although she did reject him, she was still driven to suicide because she did not have the love she wanted. This could also demonstrate that she feels unworthy of love because of this man’s actions. Ultimately, this demonstrates her dependence on men for happiness. Miss Lonelyheart demonstrates a male dominated society by presenting the idea that women need men for
“She was much too fond of Heathcliff. The greatest punishment we could invent for her was to keep her separate from him: yet she got chided more than any of on his account” (Bronte, 41). Catherine and Heathcliff’s love is a never ending cycle of torment and abuse. During the 1700’s love was more about ownership than one’s own feelings towards their partner. Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights depicts the various ways love can be distorted or wrongfully defined through unreal expectations, revenge, and possession.