Curley was another character in the novel that crosses path with Lennie and George. Curley’s Wife is the kind of woman who is flirtatious and tries to rule lower class people in the ranch just because her husband has the kind of authority at the ranch people. The paper will focus on 4 similarities and 4 contrasts between Lady Macbeth and Curley’s Wife. The compare and contrast will be done with the help of (Point+Evidence+Explanation) PEE+Further explanation process. This will help in understanding the characters in a clear way.
When you zoom into the quote you will also see a ellipses in the quote which shows the tension and anger which Curley 's Wife would never show to the other men. Steinbeck may have used this language to emphasise the villain in herself. Which tells us that if she had more power she would use it in a negative way. You can also tell that Curley 's Wife is releasing her anger towards Crooks since he is one of the only
The Inspector makes Sheila aware of the fact that she mistreated Eva Smith by insisting that she must be dismissed from Milwards. In a flashback Sheila confessed that she had reported her to the staff and said "This girl is very impertinent." In this scene, she said that out of jealousy and spitefulness; she uses the word
She really seems to be asking herself the question, showing the reader Elizabeth’s uncertainty about her own well-being and the integrity of Justine’s execution. Shelley employs varied syntax so the reader can understand Elizabeth’s insecurity involving Justine’s innocence. “But she was innocent. I know, I feel, she was innocent; you are of the same opinion and that confirms me. Alas!”(Shelley 63) Elizabeth begins to use short, choppy sentences, showing the reader that she is reassuring herself that Justine did not deserve to die.
This quote is said by Sheila after Gerald has been questioned about his affair with Eva Smith. This is showing that she is becoming more mature and that even though she has learnt more about the affair Gerald had, she still acts sensibly and does not act in a childish manner but rather more in a the way you would expect a lady to act . JB Priestley clearly is showing how yet again the younger generation is much more understanding and willing to accept
This is revealed when Mrs Birling says, ‘As if a girl of that sort would refuse money’ alluding to Eva Smith. By referring to Eva Smith as ‘a girl of that sort’, Mrs Birling stereotypes Eva to be a typical working-class girl, struggling to make a living with no morals. The fact that she would not ‘refuse money’ suggests that Mrs Birling assumes that she has no self-respect or dignity because she doesn’t have an abundant amount of money. This reveals that due to her socio-economic class, Mrs Birling is prejudiced against her and views her with contempt. This is further established when Mrs Birling continuously refers to Eva and her colleagues as ‘girls of that class’ or ‘a girl of her position’ throughout the play.
The way Curley’s wife treats George and Lennie leads to the ending of the story. Lennie tries
In No Other Woman (2011), Derek kept his wife Cristine Reyes to be a dutiful wife and at the same time to be a beautiful woman on the other hand even Cristine Reyes is presented on the movie to be a wife material that has no right to do other things, Derek still cheated on her and use Anne’s influence and power to help him on his personal achievement. In addition, in the story “A Second Chance”, John Lloyd Cruz and his wife Bea Alonzo encounter an economical problem, on which John Lloyd Cruz decides to take the full responsibility without asking the help of Bea. In The Love Affair (2011), Richard Gomez and his wife Dawn Zulueta have a big decision to choose the type of treatment regarding the operation that will save their youngest child but Richard Gomez’ decision prevail on the type of treatment that
Because of the books’ powerful female characters, calls for revolution of women were widespread and on the rise. The Woman Warrior and A Doll’s House compare because their authors made female characters throughout both works challenge the norms of society through feminism, identity, and sexism. First and foremost, Ibsen tackles women 's rights as a matter of importance in A Doll’s House, but it was not intentional. He successfully created the dramatic argument that continues to this day; that of feminism. “Ibsen’s work and its uses demonstrate the full range of lived experience that defined modern rebellion and it reminds us that theatre and drama played a central role in making that rebellion visible and available to a wide
However, another explanation might be applicable to Eva’s sexual behaviour. She does not care about establishing emotional bonds with certain men. Eva and Sethe, as an effect of the experience of slavery are not able to trust that their lover will not betray them and thus it