And then Carrie lets it takes over her mind, body and spirit. Carrie has misused her telekinesis at the prom and has destroyed every one even herself. Carrie's anger in Carrie is similar to Nor Elshrief's anger in Alzalem w Almazlom movie. Both of them suffer from oppression and as a result of their hidden anger, they decide to take revenge from those who spoil their life. On one hand, Carrie is oppressed by her mother who has strange religious views.
Mrs. Miller was a reclusive elderly widow who goes to the theater and meets a little girl named Miriam. The strange girl keeps popping up over and over again into Mrs. Miller’s life trying to manipulate her to dote on her whims and fancies. Finally it’s revealed that Miriam was a figment of her warped imagination caused by her isolation the entire time. Capote uses Mrs. H. T. Miller to show some of the mental consequences of excess solitude. The 3rd person limited point of view fully reveals the truly disturbing aspects of the story better than any other point of view.
Paragraph 3 Another difference can be seen In Steinbeck’s work the woman suspects her mother may have destroyed the letter that may have introduced her to the cinema but this is nothing to the appalling way Eva/Daisy is treated by the Birling women. Paragraph 4 On the other hand what is comparable is that Curly 's wife, despite the suspicions mentioned in the previous paragraph has been let down by the man who promised her a film part and that dream has been crushed. On top of this she now married to an unpleasant violent man. Eva/Daisy who is the centre of the investigation has also been treated shocking by men. Mr Birling fires her just for asking for better pay and in her time of need she is seduced firstly by Gerald and then by Eric.
The Dress by Julia Darling ”The Dress” is a short story about an impairing relationship between two sisters, Flora and Ra-chel, written by Julia Darling in 2006. The text tells a story about how the two sisters’ relationship breaks, which unfortunately happens on their mother’s fortieth birthday. This happens because of Flora who stole and ruined Rachel’s dress. In the following I will account for the impairing rela-tionship by characterizing the mother, explaining the relationship between Flora and Rachel, fur-thermore I will also account for the structure, the symbolism and the theme in the text. The mother of Flora and Rachel turns 40 the day the story takes place.
As shown in the story the key by Nnedi okorafor. She tell a story of a young girl named fwadaus who lost the house key of her uncle’s house .After losing the key fwadaus decided to burn her hand so as to attract sympathy from his uncle who mistreated her . The story says “this fateful day, she lost something not so little- she’d lost the key to the house and she was terrified of her uncle‘s wrath.” and the story continuously say. “Only two weeks ago, he had beaten fwadaus for spilling a pitcher of milk. She’d fallen and hit her head, knocking herself unconsciously for thirty seconds.
Mayella and the jurors in Harper Lee 's To Kill a Mockingbird and Mr. Collins in Darcy Swipes Let by Jane Austen. They all have lost their respect for others due to arrogance, making them villains. A villain is someone that is so full of him or herself that they forget to keep the integrity of another person in mind. This makes Mayella Ewell, the jurors, and Mr. Collins villains. First, Mayella is a villain because she thinks she is superior to Tom Robinson because she is white.
“She smiled slowly and walking through her husband as if he were a ghost and shook hands with Tom, looking him flush in the eye.” We can see the disinterest she has for George by comparing her attraction towards Tom. Even beyond George and Myrtle’s relationship, Tom and Myrtle’s relationship is just a shallow. Myrtle is attracted to wealth, which is why she married George to begin with. Although she might feel some deeper level of attraction towards Tom, perhaps even love, he has no intent of loving Myrtle. She is just another mistress to Tom, and he is willing to give her the lavish lifestyle that she so desperately wants so that he can get what he wants,
By the end of the play only one “blind” character lives, Goneril 's husband, Albany. Although he seems well, his actions throughout the play are motivated by the love he has for Goneril and this love has blinded him of Goneril 's cruel ways. He see’s her true colors here and there but his love for her, like a blanket, covers them up and hold her in great esteem. It is only around when Glouster loses his eyes that Albany becomes wise of his wife’s ominous ways. Blinded by the love he has for her, was unable to see how Goneril tricked Lear into giving her half of his kingdom and threw him out in times of need but now in his senses he challenges Goneril by questioning her loyalty to him “Tigers, not daughters, what have you perform/ see thyself devil.
Shantanu couldn 't ask why because of his promise not to ask else she would leave. One by one, seven children were drowned. Shantanu, devastated, could not restrain himself and asked her why she was killing the children when she was about to drown the eighth child. She explained that she was in fact the goddess Ganga, and that the infants she had drowned were demi-gods who had been cursed into being born as humans. She had been freeing them from their curse.
It wrinkles too quickly, and what are you going to look like after seven real kisses" (94)? Much like artificial silk, Doris 's once "comfortable" life status is quickly wrinkled by the troubles Doris has with the men in her life. Troubles that become even worse once she turns to prostitution as a way to support herself. Many conservatives would be lamenting for the morality of times past as they read this novel, for the ruination of an innocent, but von Trotta would instead see a very modern young woman who 's main fault in life is that she is too human in a time where women were not expected to be "human," but instead, fall neatly into stereotypical categories that came with a predetermined set of rewards and consequences. She would applaud Doris 's candor and her determination to make it through, no matter what life throws at her.