In Love Actually one of the characters uses large signs to let the woman he fell for know how he truly felt about her and couples all around use the same sort of signs to convey their feelings to their significant other or a crush. People often use the boombox scene from Say Anything to express the same kind of feelings in a truly cute and heartfelt way. It’s like when Cyrano covers for Christian’s mistakes on the balcony with Roxane (Rostand 121-133), it’s a tender moment between people who love each other, even if one of them doesn’t really know who they’re falling in love with. These heartfelt gestures are remembered vividly by those who get to experience them, so they have to really count in order to make an impact that will be looked back on
Dale Harding’s wife, Vera, visits him in the ward, and is very flirtatious around the other inmates, especially McMurphy. Harding is praising McMurphy for besting the Nurse, and telling his wife about his recent successes. While Harding is telling the story, his hands “...weave the air in front of him into a picture clear enough to see, dancing the story to the tune of his voice like two beautiful ballet women in white… But as soon as the story’s finished, he notices McMurphy and his wife are watching the hands, and he traps them between his knees” (Kesey 183). Chief sees that Harding is very self conscious about how his hands move, and can infer that he does not feel that he is in a position of power. This quote from the novel connects to the theme of masculinity.
Crooks is tired of everybody going to his room without asking. He put all the anger out on Candy but Candy gets mad because a black man tells her what to do. In addition, Crooks get depressed because no one talks to him. When Crooks was talking to Lennie he told him " A guy goes nuts if he ain't got nobody. Don't make no difference who the guy is long's he's with you.
He is rather cynical and sarcastic as he narrates the story. He refers to everyone as being “phony” and stupid. He always has a criticism for everyone that he meets in his lifetime. The only two people he can stand are his brother and his sister. The reason for his cynical attitude is to hide his own pain.
An example of the effect the feud has on others is Mercutio. Mercutio is Romeo’s best friend who always tries to cheer him up. However when he is fatally wounded by Tybalt in a fight between Tybalt and Romeo he tells them, “A plague o’both your houses!” (3.1.106). The people in each house hate each other with such a passion that they are oblivious what their actions do to the innocent people around them. Tybalt was so caught up in his hate for the Montagues that he did not
With beautiful dancing, costumes, and music by Tchaikovsky, America fell in love with Serenade and it is still admired today as classic American ballet. Balanchine turned his focus back to the European aesthetic classic values and really embodied these in his choreography. He believed that simplicity created beauty and thought that movement was the most important element in any ballet. You can see this simplicity in the staging, costume and scenery in Serenade. He created live geometry with his incredible use of space, and created long lines and beautiful movement that was very light, free and quick.
In other words, the same night after Alcee met with Calixta he wrote to his wife a loving letter. This behavior shows the freedom and overwhelming happiness that Alcee felt, these feelings of happiness left him satisfied enough that he would feel that love for his wife after he was cheating on her.
Your life has been an illusion. You and I, we are both special. See you do not remember the pain, the hatred, and the sense of helplessness of being left without something like your love, a piece of yourself, and your honor, but I do”, the man answered, “That is why we wake up at night and fight for our revenge”. He was himself the nightmare and the monster. His life had all been fake.
People love in many different ways. Some people love with their emotions, while others love unconditionally. Cyrano de Bergerac, the main character from the famous French play Cyrano de Bergerac, is a great example of unconditional love. Throughout the play he displays many acts of unconditional love. He gave all of his love to the beautiful Roxane.
She was no longer afraid of death and being captured by men. This relationship can be compared to the bond between Phoebe and Holden. Holden experiences the same feelings as Little Bee as he watches Phoebe go on the carousel. Holden says, “I felt so damn happy all of sudden, the way old Phoebe kept going around and around. I was damn near bawling, I felt so damn happy”(Salinger 213).