La voz a ti debida has received criticism from a number of academics for being a misogynistic work of poetry and is described as “androcentric” by Bermúdez. The theme of possession is widespread in the poem, along with the objectification of the amada, both anti-feminist elements of Salinas’s work. In addition to this, the beloved is portrayed as empty and lifeless, only acting as a hindrance to the happiness of the narrator, whether she loves him or does not. The amada’s power is only weakened by her lack of voice, taken from her by Salinas. The theme of possession is prevalent from the onset and throughout La Voz a ti Debida.
In the poem, “Making Sarah Cry”, the author shows us that Sarah went from not having the courage to the end actually showing courage. At the beginning of the poem Sarah doesn’t show courage and lets the bullies tease her. As an example, “The purpose of their game Of teasing Sarah, who made them laugh As her own tears felt like rain.” This showed she didn 't have courage because the bullies will make fun of her and laugh at her and make her cry. They made her feel as she was nothing but a joke. This showed she never had courage because she never had the guts to stand up for herself and say something.
Similarly, the Savages deal with their differences by defying the rules of the conch and defying ralph’s rules. For example, “‘You let the fire go out”’ (Golding 69). This quote shows how the Savages have no regard for the rules that Ralph’s group put into place. The differences when it comes to the groups thoughts on authority cause a great divide ending in the death of Piggy. Overall, the groups of both books act very negatively towards differences which causes terrible
In addition, Kent implies that Lear is blind -"blind" to the fact that Cordelia is the loyal daughter while Goneril and Regan are the evil spawn. So it can be said that the roots of all Lear 's problems are his lack of good judgement and blindness. In his book The Dream of Learning Mr. D. G. James
Due to the fact that there is not a single relationship in Othello that demonstrates true friendship, the tragedy unfolds and results in all characters ' demise. This can be seen when Othello vilifies Desdemona for being a disastrous wife and says, "I will withdraw, To furnish me with some swift means of death, For the fair devil [Desdemona]. Now art thou my lieutenant" (3.3 543-545). As a result, this shows how arguably the most sacred friendship is not even true in between Othello and Desdemona. Othello is notably naive in this instance due to the fact that he puts his wife on death row based on the suspicion Iago planted.
Look to ’t, I charge you. Come your ways.” (1.3.140-145) Her father told her that she cannot talk to Hamlet anymore and that she must end their relationship with one another. Both Polonius and Laertes tell Ophelia that’s Hamlet is playing with her feelings and that he has everything he wants and is just using her. Ophelia does not want to listen to her family’s opinion because she believes that Hamlet if different. (Gates) By her family saying these things about Hamlet to her in a way she begins to doubt herself and her self-worth.
She is so deluded from the fact that all her encounters with the people she calls kind strangers, were instances where they have taken advantage of her. In those last words spoken by Blanche before she leave, she reveals her madness as she is now in an illusion depending on the kindness of the doctor and no longer acknowledging Stella. At the aftermath, she is still eluded by the fact that strangers take advantage of her Mitch, Stanley and even her husband. The climax of Blanche's madness is when she confronted by itch about her lies and she stated that she "never lied inside[....never lied] in [her] heart..."(147). Which means she believes all the stories and tales she told were solely the truth.
One example of his deadpanning can be found when he describes G. Reece Stoddard, “over whose bureau hangs a Harvard law diploma”. The boys in this story are described as very scholarly, and it makes their ludicrous judgments later seem hilariously outrageous for people who should be smart. When Bernice becomes popular and at one point makes a joke of issuing passes, like everyone else, G. Reece Stoddard changes his opinion towards her very quickly and flatters her, saying, “I’ll have a box.” At the same time, Fitzgerald’s witty tone makes the whole story funnier and explains how important popularity is to the characters: even the people who are supposedly intelligent think of it so highly that they can’t see themselves being manipulated. The story of Bernice contains all three types of irony to reveal how silly the characters’ actions are, even though they are described
Under Curley's control she really couldn't do much or talk to many people but she got around. Every now and then she would swing around by all of the boys and get a little flirty and the guys would never fall for it. She would have to be one of loneliest characters in the novel. First of all, Curley really controlled his wife and never let her do anything and she hated it! Every Time she would appear in the novel she would always say something like ¨Why can't i talk to you?
Today, thanks to them, you can stay happy all the time” (Bradbury 55). He explains to Montag that censorship is the trick to a happy and ordered society. The advancement of entertainment technology aided in the censorship by distracting the population with entertainment. Montag’s view towards books is opposite to the views of Beatty, which makes Montag rethink whether or not his comrades are a positive effect on society. Additionally, Montag’s horrific experience of watching a woman die for her books, makes him wonder what books truly contain.