You also need to stop telling people that your going to fight me... Next time you want to say something say it to my face." Remmy was so infuriated at this point she didn 't care what she said. Remmy texted her back a little something too. " Number one I don 't talk about you. Your the one who made up these crazy lies.
Realizing she has no respect for her friends. Finally, finding out they were the ones that said all those mean things about her. She has quit being their friend. Losing total respect for them, showed her the reality in life. Tania found out that they are ignorant, heartless, cold friends.
This means that Juliet finds out that Romeo is a Montague. She knows that Montagues are hated and that her only love is hated by her family. Another example is “Prodigious birth of love it is to me that I must love a loathed enemy”(2.3.96-99). This demonstrates that she is mad that she is a Capulet and believes that this whole hatred between the Capulet and Montague are people overreacting and don’t know how to let go of a grudge. This divide between the Capulets and Montagues show efect the love of Romeo and Juliet so much that they have to get married quickly and in secret before anyone finds
Finally, Steinbeck dehumanizes Curley by the negative criticism that always pursues her and her loss of identity when accompanying someone or something. This is why she is always commonly known as “Curley’s Wife”, proving that she is an unimportant and insignificant character in this book. Plus, everybody in the book says that Curley’s wife causes trouble for everyone; as George says, “She’s a jail bait all set on the trigger,” (Steinbeck, 49) and is constantly getting blame for all that goes wrong in Soledad; as Candy says, You God damn tramp. You done it, di’n’t you? I s’pose you’re glad.
When he first saw Daisy Miller he was utterly shocked by how different she was. Even though his aunt, Mrs. Costello, told Winterbourne to stay away from Daisy, he made it his mission to break down and learn all things about Daisy. Daisy was fond of Winterbourne as well. She saw him as a very close friend. But once Winterbourne saw how big of a tease she was and he was not getting the attention that he thought he should get from her and how she would be with men non stop, he stopped pursuing
Near the beginning of the novel, when Ignatius and his mother are sitting in The Night of Joy bar, the two meet a woman named Darlene. Darlene comments that she thinks Mrs. Reilly must be a good cook, but Ignatius I considerately states, “Mother doesn't coo, […] she burns” (21). Ignatius, with complete disregard for his mother’s feelings, is quick to unnecessarily point out his mother’s flaws. Later on in the story, when Mrs. Reilly reveals to Ignatius that he must find a job because the owner of the house that she hit with her car wants $1,020 for damages, and she will get put in jail if she cannot find a way to pay it, Ignatius responds by ridiculing is mother: “I have found several empty wine bottles about lately, the contents of which I certainly did not consume” (49). Rather than making a small sacrifice and getting a job to help his mother, Ignatius jumps on his mom’s case for her drinking habits.
Don’t expect respect when you don’t show any respect, Patrick.” “Says the whore.” Her jaw drops though she quickly regains her composure, getting out of her seat to tower over mine, “You are an imbecile, Patrick Winston. Self-respect means respecting myself, and my decisions. Despite regretting my decision to sleep with that dickhead Darcy, I have loads of respect for myself. As for yours and Harry’s respect I neither care about it nor do I want it, because you two are a bunch of uneducated, misogynistic assholes that desperately need to go and fuck themselves.” She hurriedly picks up her Mt Everest of books and bolts out the classroom door, not even waiting for her name to get ticked off. Ignoring the curious looks the rest of the class and teacher are giving me, I pretend that what happens between Kora and I doesn’t bother me.
In Story 8, Bornet’s wife, makes a plan to teach her husband a lesson about his unfaithfulness after learning that her husband is enamored with the chambermaid. The maid tells her mistress, “that she could not stand being badgered by him any longer.” (The Norton Anthology World Literature, pg. 276) The mistress replies, “Be nice to him dear…make a date to go to bed with him…Don’t forget to tell me which night he’s supposed to be coming.” (The Norton Anthology World Literature, pg. 276) On the night Bornet is to meet the chambermaid, Bornet’s wife “had taken her maid’s place in the bed. (The Norton Anthology World Literature, pg.
Jake, from the movie American Teen, was extremely socially awkward. When he attempted to pursue a relationship with the new girl, he went to her house and mentioned that he showered today. He later is dumped by her, and during the conversation he puts his head on the table and talks about the grease he just put their. Jake was an interesting character in the movie because he tried really hard to make relationships, but never attempted to pursue them past the label of dating. Jake was awkward because he had trouble talking to
Friar Laurence, proposes a dangerous plan to Juliet. Friar expresses his disapproval of the wedding plans, telling Paris that he does not know Juliet well enough to get married to her. Once alone, Juliet and the Friar talk about what can be done to save Juliet from the fate of becoming the wife of two men. He has a potion that will make her appear dead when she drinks it, and it will keep her the lifeless state for forty-two hours. Juliet excitedly approves of the plan and goes home to drink the potion.