Joe does not allow Janie to speak for herself because he thinks she is incapable of controlling her own speech and assumes she is not as educated as he is. This marriage also comes to an end, not by Janie running away, but by the death of Joe. Although Joe was abusive and controlling, Janie had feelings for him in the beginning of their relationship and she truly cared for him. Janie’s relationship with Joe showed her a portion of the type of partnership she dreams for, but it is not until Tea Cake that Janie finds what she has been waiting
She actually had a whole other life with someone who wasn't her husband, Tom. Daisy was in love with Gatsby while she was married to Tom. Jordan didn't really have much of a risky love life, although she was involved in some risky business. We cared less and less about of appearance but at the same time we cared more and more about it. From changing morals, challenging society, and the change in dominance were showcased in Daisy, Jordan, and Myrtle.
Often she had not” (Chopin 2). While Brently’s love is constant, Louise’s love wavers. Berkove describes this situation, “Of course, even married people who sincerely love each other have occasional disagreements and may not feel much love for the other at particular times” (Berkove 154). There is no argument that there is love in the marriage. Their relationship appears to be a normal marriage on the surface; however, there is obviously a problem, but it is revealed implicitly.
In Their Eyes Were Watching God, Janie’s faults made her dependent emotionally towards men, but independent when finding her own happy ending throughout the book. From The Odyssey, Calypso desperately tried to find love and make Odysseus stay, but her flaws of attachment and having a higher level of authority over Odysseus in their relationship kept her from achieving real love with someone. Although Janie and Calypso are opposites when it comes to love, they do have similarities. Their relationships always ended the same way, with Janie leaving her husbands and Calypso being deserted by her lovers. They both tried to to find love, with some difficulties for each women individually.
In the “The Yellow Wallpaper” Gilman shows the wife’s craziness to question the medical and doctors way to treat the women at that time. I don’t think the husbands or doctors at the time had any bad interests of their wife’s or women, it was the role of the men played as the dominant-superior. Women were not allowed to write because the society thought that it would create an identity for women which men wouldn’t stand for. In the story john wasn’t cruel to his wife on purpose. He actually was concerned about his wife’s condition.
Daisy accidentally runs over Myrtle Wilson, something ironic in and of itself because Myrtle having an affair with Daisy’s husband, in a fit of emotions that she can 't control, and then doesn 't have to deal with any of the repercussions because she is protected from the by the men in her life. Daisy does know that she 's not living in the real world, but she is shielded
Calixta meanwhile differs and even though she appears to love her husband, she is unfaithful to him with her ex boyfriend Alcee. Both the women want to obtain freedom, although to a different degree. Louise Mallard is looking forward to long-term freedom from her husband, while Calixta only seems interested in a brief moment of freedom
In both cases her routine is interrupted since someone new around. Relationships in older adults are harder since most have a way of doing things and are reluctant to change. However, change is doable and be great. An example would be when Harry begins to develop feelings for Erica. Harry who has been a playboy for so long is reluctant to settle down her since he is comfortable using women.
Irene struggles to comprehend the lack of allegiance Clare has to her race. When John makes a joke about her race, “It was hard to believe that even Clare Kendry would permit this ridiculing of her race by an outsider, though he chanced to be her husband” (Larsen, 39). It is intriguing that Clare does not use her white privilege to defend her race and challenge her husband’s hatred of the race. Although Clare is portrayed as a very individualistic and self-loving woman who is indulged by her high class, her eagerness to be around Irene inspires her to reconnect with her black community to some
Another way this conflict could have been resolved was if Daisy would have accepted Gatsby for who he was. Just because he was poor, it did not change the fact that she was still in love with him. Daisy just could not ignore the fact that she was with someone who would not be able to provide her with the luxurious life she wanted, and she let that small detail decide that she was not going to be with the man she loved