And as a foreigner in Corinth abandoned by her husband, she faces even more challenges than the native women of Corinth did. She is not blameless, in what she did, but she deserves some sympathy because of how she was immobilized by all the duties thrown on her by her society. Medea voices how she has been suppressed in her society. She notes, “We women are the most unfortunate creatures” (L 231). Medea’s tone throughout her speech is proper, confident, and angry.
In New Orleans she demonstrates the act of a woman that has never know shame, but Stanley seems to see directly through her. After so long Blanches past seems to catch up with her and destroy her relationship that she has with Mitch. Stanley, destroys what is left of Blanche, as she feared this would happen in the first place! At the end of the play Blanche is led away feeling lost from life with an unconscious mind to an insane asylum. This is indeed the story of what happens to Blanche in the story but there were many flaws in her own personality that were to blame for her tragedies.
I have watched this film once before, but I enjoyed it just as much as the first time. It is one of my favorite films. I just fell in love with Frida and her life story. I thought she just held so much strength after going through such tragic crises in her life. She suffered through a horrible trolley accident, ended up bed ridden, resulted in a disability, and went through multiple surgeries because of the accident.
Flannery O’Connor’s success as a writer was indubitably related to her own personal physical and mental failures; without them it is doubtful that she would have become one of America’s greatest fiction writers. It was through her suffering that she was able to relay so much allegorical understanding of her characters and bring them to life (and sometimes death.) Because of her debility with Lupus she became a fearless alliterator that disturbed the entire literary world, even until today. One of her greatest short stories provides insight into her personal life of misfortune above and beyond the others. A biographical and psychological analysis of "Good Country People” is that it was written by the author Flannery O'Connor as an emotional
Many people can go throughout there day and make an impact on so many people’s lives without realizing it well. Some can be good, but some impacts can be very cruel and harsh. Those people who don’t care will do anything to get what they want no matter what they do with your life. Well, that’s what happened in the story The Crucible a 17- year old girl named Abigail Williams had fallen in love with a married man, who was just in a rough part of his life. His wife’s name is Elizabeth Proctor, who at the time was very ill. Well, Abigail lived with John and his wife Elizabeth as a house maiden and over time she started falling for John, who at the time was taking his wife’s illness pretty bad.
The art difference between the Brodie Set and Miss Brodie herself is in a way a paradox where art is both sophisticated and rebellious. Art not only serves as a sophisticated profession but can also be a way to express something. Miss Brodie’s dedication to her girls even after they went to the Senior School was respected, yet each girl in the “set” betrayed her in some way. The progression of Miss Brodie’s yearly love affairs between Mr. Lloyd and Mr. Lowther offered a simple way of betrayal for Miss Brodie 's favorite student Sandy Stranger as she herself, a 15 year old, had an affair with Miss Brodie’s one true love Mr. Lloyd. Sparks still likes to add the symbol of [the ironic] art in which Mr. Lloyd paints portraits of Sandy as he used to with Miss Brodie almost suggesting a parallel of affairs.
These two stories have one main subject in common: a want for freedom from a husband’s hold in marriage. Both of these women felt trapped within their marriage and simply wanted a way out. “Story of an Hour” begins as a tale about a woman who is struck with the devastating news that her husband has died in a train accident. However, this was not so crippling to the wife, Mrs. Mallard. Her emotions overwhelmed her.
Maloney under some extreme circumstances when Mr. Maloney was killed, but she acted out of anger. Divorce is a very stressful time for people, especially when it comes as a surprise to them. We also know that she was pregnant at the time of her husband’s death. That was one of the motivating reasons for her originally covering up his death in the first place. Women are also known to be quicker to anger during pregnancy, as well as becoming extremely angry at something that would usually only annoy or frustrate them.
Abigail Williams is a Calamity, Known as a wonderful young lady In the village, Abigail is also in love with John Proctor and in this story nobody is as they appear to be. Abigail is a great example of that. Let me tell you more about Abigail Williams. Abigail Williams would be known as a educated middle class person because she was living with Parris the priest he is constantly scared that someone is trying to ruin him, Abigail was also known as a good young woman except for the fact that everyone doesn 't know that she is a lying to the whole community.Abigail Williams was 18 years old and was also single even though she had an affair with John Proctor “Aye, Sir, she knew her for a harlot”(Applebee et al.221). Abigail also wanted to run away with John because Predilection,love,and to start a new life with him but john didn 't want that.
Not only women here have the gender roles. Macduff's family is killed and it is looked down on when men cry, yet here it is more emotionally taken by the audience than when Lady Macbeth gender roles are flipped. Having Macduff be manly man yet cry at the death of his family makes him more of a ‘well rounded character’ and lady macbeth's character is more ‘damaged’. The end of Lady Macbeth's power left so broken he had little response to it. The doctors that found her assumes a feminine role saying, “I think, but dare not speak (5.1.69).” Lady Macbeth’s power, at that point, had become so strong that male characters were acting in ways that were expected of women.