Katherine deceives the people around her and the audience to think that she let her husband Petruchio tame her but really she was never truly tamed only acting as if she was to keep peace between them. To prove the comment stated above about Katherine pretending to be tamed viewers can find several claims in Act 4. Like when the audience noted that Katherine was being told to pretend to be tamed in Act 4 Scene 5. Hortensio told Katherine to “say what he wants or we’ll never go.” Pg.207 he was inferring that if she just agreed her problem would stop and they could move on. Hortensio was also encouraging Katherine to pretend to agree with Petruchio to help
Idealism and realism are both exemplified through the characters in The Tempest. Gonzalo brings idealism into the story with his optimistic personality, while, Caliban and Stephano represented realism by how they were easily enslaved by human nature. Though, people can often agree that the book contains both ideas, there are differing views on whether or not the conclusion to the book is idealistic or realistic. People often assume that Prospero is acting in service to revenge or vengeance throughout the play, which may not be necessarily true. If vengeance was Prospero’s motive, there might have been more of an incentive to sink the ship along with its passengers at the beginning.
Just like in Shakespeare 's play, Desdemona refused to give up on Othello even though he lost all of his trust for her since she was believed to have cheated on him for Cassio. Even after Othello put an end to Desdemona’s life for causing him pain, she remained loyal to him by blaming her death on herself. The trust she had in him was not returned, but she was smitten. The assurance Desdemona had in Othello is desired in many relationships, but the trust must go both ways or it will end up badly. Trust has a significant amount of interpretations.
“As I told you my young lady bade me inquire you out; what she bade me say, I will keep to myself”(Act II.II.148-149). The Nurse has offered to keep the secret of the marriage between the two young ones and she will not tell anyone about it. After the Nursze comes back from visting Romeo she finds ways to not tell Juliet the good news instead she starts talking about other things, the Nurse also knows how delighted juliet will be once when she finds out about the wedding “Your love says, like an honest gentleman, and a courteous, and a kind,...where is your mother?”(Act II.II.55-57). The day of Mercutio and Tybalt 's death she did not think Romeo would do such a thing, and now her thoughts about Romeo have changed instead she thinks Romeo would end up hurting her young lady. She can not do anything about it as Romeo is Juliet 's husband now.
He is troubled by his, but he begins to realize his true feelings. When he confesses his true feelings towards her, she acknowledges the reason that she can’t marry him. Even though he didn’t rape her sister, Hanadi let herself to fall in his trap as she “loved” him. The open ending of the story make us, the readers decide whether Amna will forgive and marry the Engineer or leaving
By being able to create resentment and a barrier between her and her mother, she is finally able to live her own life. She no longer will be considered a child by anyone; she is able to be a woman seeking love. Mag wanted to keep Maureen around because she wanted to maintain their emotional connection that they have. Even though Mag chose to lie to her multiple times, she did it out of love for Maureen. In most cases of unresolved Electra complexes, it does not come to this extreme of measures, where a daughter has to kill her mother.
Once they decide on a man, there is no going back and divorce was considered uncommon. The women in the novel, each display their thoughts on marriage. However, Elizabeth Bennett, who is opinionated and passionate about her beliefs, is inclined to disagree with the norms of the society the most. While others believe that marriage is the key to happiness, she disagrees. She is not easily influenced by those surrounding her, even her family, and her honesty and wit allow her to avoid the drama that dominates the society.
Portia sacrifices her own identity when she takes on the role as the doctor in court. She changes herself to help her husband’s friend. She could have easily gone to jail or possibly been killed for her actions if she was caught. Instead of being silent and in that period of time staying in a “woman” ideal place, Portia choose to be humble. However, I can argue her “happy” ending was not up to her standards.
Firstly, Friar Laurence married Romeo and Juliet knowing that their families hated each other and that it could end very poorly (Shakespeare 944-45). Friar knew this was a bad idea, but he continued with it and married the two. However, if he did not do this he would never be in trouble and Romeo and Juliet would then have to get married the ordinary way, thus, letting both families know. Next Friar decides to give Juliet a vial which will put her in a death-like state and sends a letter to Romeo about the plan, but it does not get to him (Shakespeare 993-1012). If Friar Laurence did not give Juliet the vial, Romeo would not kill himself because he thinks Juliet is dead.
It's a delicate matter, but we don't want to let anyone "down" reading the sad accounts of a divorce. Unfortunately, some marriages end in divorce for several reasons. I haven't got married yet and don't know how it's going through it. I guess no one gets married thinking that one day they may divorce. But it's something that may happen and that with the cooperation of both sides can, and in my opinion, should be avoided.