In Euripides’ text The Medea, Medea can easily be painted as the villian. She is a woman who killed her own children in an attempt to spite her husband. But, by examining the text, we can see that she deserves some sympathy. She has little to no control over her own life and has to rely on the will of men. And as a foreigner in Corinth abandoned by her husband, she faces even more challenges than the native women of Corinth did.
Ammu cannot stand her family's prejudices against her and their unsaid, demeaning intentions. She can feel her life being sucked out of her: “... the conversation circled like a moth around the white child and her mother as though they were the only source of light. Ammu felt she would die, whither and die, if she heard another word. If she had to endure another minute of Chacko’s proud, tennis-trophy smile. Or the undercurrent of sexual jealousy that emanated from Mammachi.
He regarded women as weak human beings, who could easily fall in temptation, as a result of his mother’s betrayal. In Act 3, Scene I, Hamlet clearly states that he did not love Ophelia, “You should not have believed me; for virtue cannot so inoculate our old stock but we shall relish of it. I loved you not”. But by taking into account the circumstances in which this conversation happened, the statement cannot be considered true. At this point, he was being driven by the rage that had been building up in his
The Capulets forced Juliet to marry Paris, the constant fighting made them want to keep the marriage secret, and made Romeo and Juliet to scared to say anything. A big reason is the parents are pressuring Juliet with a marriage she doesn 't even want to do. “if you don 't act like my daughter you can beg starve and die in the streets”. Act 3 scene 5 line 193. This shows how much pressure is on her making her freak out and fear she must do something and fast leading to a series of unfortunate events.
Gertrude soon begins to realize all the bad thing that she has done. In response to Hamlet she says “O Hamlet, speak no more! Thou turn’st mine eyes into my very soul, And there I see such black and grainèd spots As will not leave their tinct.” (3.4.99-102). The queen recognizes that her soul is full of sin and she didn’t realize that it was effect that it was having on her son. Throughout this scene Gertrude begins to act like a mother.
Each woman that Edwards interacts with is more deranged the last. They wail and exhibit personalities synonymous with those of people who have been traumatically tortured. Their conduct is indicative of the debilitating effect the Comanche has had on them, and further portrays the Comanche as so vicious that simply being with them causes a corrosive psychological impact. Consequently, this further contributes to the notion that the Native Americans are so devoid of morals, that they would even be malicious towards young women. Eventually, the remaining daughter is found residing in a Comanche tepee where she seems to have completely assimilated, and lives as a servant fetching scalps for the Comanche chief
Volumnia, being so highly proud over her son being a soldier, when people of Rome banish him, her pride is injured and her motherly soul appears and her feminine nature manifests itself. Her feelings as a mother overcome her feelings as soldier such her patriotism. Being her son banished, she cries out about this, not only because her pride is humiliated, but because her own son is being humiliated. Thus, she blames and curses Rome and its citizens saying: “Now the red pestilence strike all trades in Rome, And occupations perish!” (4. 1.
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.
Lust is one of the main fold evils and is a very common subject in the epic tale. In many instances and situations, Rama conquers it to save many lives including his own. First, Rama learns about the sin of lust, how people involved in the story should be judged and then he learns the art of conquering the fold evil. On his journey with Viswamithra, he learns about the sin from two different stories. First, he learns about it from the story of god Shiva and then through Ahalaya’s story.
The lack of the woman power is quite evident from various full spectrum incidents within the story. This story tries to properly From Dolorita 's failure to postpone her wedding to Donis 's sister 's abuse at the hands of her brother to Miguel and Pedro 's rapes of villagers -- all of these incidents effectively convey the statement that women were immensely oppressed at that time. The only character to overcome and transcend the power structure is Susan. But she is trapped in the hallucination of fantasy and grief. Therefore, she has to sacrifice her own sanity in order to overcome every type of obstacle in the male dominated society.