In particular, an instance of Holden’s willingness to die for a noble cause rather than living is his encounter at the Edmont Hotel with Maurice and Sunny, the prostitute who he doesn’t even have sex with. When Holden is confronted by the duo to steal five dollars from him, he speaks out and refuses to pay. His efforts were to no avail though, as he not only gets punched but also his money taken away from him. After pretending to be shot, he finally reveals what he felt like doing, which “…was committing suicide. I felt like jumping out the window.”
Seeing as around this time Jack the Ripper was at his peak. Jack the Ripper was a assumed surgeon who killed prostitutes with only relying on the blanket of night and the thick fog that consumed Whitechapel. Una sometimes fantasized that her mother was taken by Jack and ripped open, how there family would still function. But Una never meant it because her mother did protect her. Everytime Una went out during the day from more cloth people would push her around or make her feel bad and uncomfortable.
He still pays her in full in spite of this, but is later confronted by her pimp and is mugged of his remaining cash. He then feels it would be a good idea to go and kick it with his little sister, someone that he’s always able to speak his mind to. He then tells her arguably the most important saying in the book, “Anyway, I keep picturing all these little kids playing in this
Stanley feels the threat to his marriage after the big fight he has with Stella after the poker game. Stanley feels as if he is losing control over Stella and believes Blanche is the one to blame for Stellas behaviour becoming different. An example of this was shown when Stella turned on the radio in the bedroom and was talking to Blanche while the man were playing poker in the next room. Stanley was demonstrating his domactis over Stella whe he asked her to “turn the radio off and hush up” Stella replied saying “this is my house ,i 'll talk as much as I want too”. Stanley has a set illusion of Throughout Blanche 's stay at his house, he feels that she has drunk his liquor, eaten his food, used his house and felt that she still had the nerve to disrepresent him in his own house.
Othello let Iago get into his head about Desdemona cheating on him and Othello listen to what he said but, didn’t ask his wife it was true. In the Matrix, Neo got a call from Trinity telling him they had some people looking for him. When Agent Smith got to Neo and tried to make him talk to hear their side of how they operate and Neo still didn’t want to go with Agent Smith and they tried to kill Neo and everyone else who was with the Matrix. Othello and Matrix shows us that jealousy can make a person do something
Growing up is hard. How about trying to fit in Holden’s shoes? The Catcher in the Rye chronicles the events, retold by the anti-hero Holden Caulfield. After Holden flunked out of school, he decides to explore New York for a while until Christmas as he encounters people in hopes of finding his purpose in life. In the novel, Holden’s sporadic tendencies can be linked to his fleeting childhood as the call for maturation gets louder; his contrasting reality and blissful ignorance weighs down Holden physically and psychologically in three ways: Allie’s death, encounter with Sunny, and Phoebe’s carousel ride.
Parris thinks only to protect his good reputation and keep his position as minister in the town of Salem. In the beginning of the play, Parris’s daughter, Betty, was sick in her bed; instead of being worried about his daughter, Parris’s main concern was what people would think about the chance of witchcraft in his house. At the end of the play, Parris expresses his selfishness for his name again when he asks Danforth to postpone the hangings; for the night before he found a dagger in his front door and is afraid that if honorable citizens like John Proctor and Rebecca Nurse are hanged, the town citizens will rebel against him. Reverend Parris works for a good name because of prideful and selfish reasons.
Change here is seen when his character, Tom, finds himself in a similar situation. This happens after he loses his new fortune after his affair with the rich woman’s house cleaner is discovered. Tom goes to plead for help in the gambling club where he found himself in problems as the club caught fire. He is taken to the same prison that Hogarth father was detained. However, he ignores the presence of his rich wife and Sarah, his lover who was a maid at the house of the rich woman.
He has the duty to impregnate his handmaid Offred. He plays a hypocritical character because even though he creates the rules he breaks them. For example, the place he takes Offred wearing a lingerie, “‘What do you think of our little club?’”(Atwood 236). It was more of a brothel and he only took her to the so he could have the freedom to have sexual intercourse with her without having to restrain himself from showing pleasure and without his wife invading the room. Him having to act like he doesn’t take pleasure in having sexual intercourse made him take these measures.
When Max 's father got out of jail he went to Max 's house and kidnapped Max. Kenny told Max that everyone had poisened his brain against him and he wasn 't as bad as everyone says. Max and Kenny stayed in an old lady 's apartment because she wasn 't there. Kevin rescues Max.
I bring drama here, we just don’t let it get out of control… okay, sometimes it does, but not the kind of drama that comes from mistrust and jealousy. Unless you include the time you thought I spent the night with Ant.” “Don’t remind me babe, I was an asshole.
The reader observes Holden’s insecurities when Holden calls the prostitute to his hotel room. He mentions to himself, “I know you’re supposed to feel sexy when somebody gets up and pulls their dress over their head, but I didn’t. Sexy was about the last thing I was feeling. (Salinger 123)” This exemplifies how Holden struggles when dealing with females.
Able to play a wealthy woman’s rule being involved with Tom, she began to act like a snob. Later in the novel, George finds out that she is in an affair, but not with who. He gets angry and locks her in their apartment over the garage he owns. Working sickly, George tries to make enough money to move out west to get her away from the city. Not respecting her husband’s decision, she tells him “Beat me!
Romeo 's personality of peace, loving, yet vengeful caused his own doom once he was exiled for killing Tybalt who killed Mercutio. Thus 'evidently causing pain for Juliet who lost both her lover and cousin. Juliet 's father arranging Juliet 's marriage to Paris made her mourning worse, already being married to Romeo yet being separated made her to reason with Friar Laurence. The plan that was supposed to reunite both Lovers indefinetly brought upon their own doom. Juliet herself drank the sleeping potion when Romeo was on his way earlier than anticipated, whom bought poison upon hearing of her "death" , planning to kill himslef on her tomb alongside her.