First off, Tom is passing around the drinks with no end near in sight, essentially insisting the group to drink more, and this shows how pushy he could get without realizing it. Also, he is very controlling with Myrtle and makes her say or do things she might not have wanted to say. Tom even broke the nose of Myrtle, acknowledging his abusive side, which is shown with his relationship with Daisy. Throughout the book, Tom is portrayed as a presumptuous person, and his aggressive and cruelness unquestionably shaped the way the book
As a result of Miss Havisham’s method in raising Estella, she grows up to be a cold hearted, irresponsible person. All in all, Miss Havisham manipulates Estella as redemption for her own life and a tool to take revenge. Thus, developing a great consequence on the main character of Great Expectations, Pip. Pip, who becomes smitten by Estella and her beauty, is driven to become a gentleman and alter himself to attract Estella. Subsequently, his ambition to charm Estella leads him to be beguiled and subjugated by her.
Readers only know Edna is having an affair with her husband. Edna grows a strong fondness over a young man named Robert, creating a sense of tension and suspense whenever Mr. Pontellier is brought up in the novella. Alcée Arobin is another man Edna grows a liking for later on in the novella while Robert is in Mexico and Mr. Pontellier in New York on a business trip. Edna and Alcée have a flirtatious relationship while Edna’s crush and husband are away, causing excitement to the novella because Edna is stirring up more drama in her life. The sexual awakening Edna experienced caused her desires for lust and love to heighten.
Clearly, because of the attention they get and because they talk about each other behind one another 's back. All of this, if thought about, smoothly lead to their relationship with Steven. Renee getting so much attention because of her beauty makes her hard to get, and even harder to reject. This means, that when Steven was strong enough to kick her out because of Jeffrey 's vulnerability to illnesses, they 're relationship changed, since now, both Steven and Renee knew Steven was strong and confident in the inside, and not like other boys. This changed their relationship, after some time, for the good.
The colonel represents a living, breathing, stereotype when it comes to men and women. Gardner uses the colonel to unfold the conflict of the story to the reader. The arrogant colonel retorts to the young girl that men have more self-control in a crisis. The colonel argues that, “ A women’s unfailing reaction in any crisis, is to scream. And while a man may feel like it, he has that ounce more of nerve control than a woman has.
The main character with power and wealth in the novel is Tom Buchanan, and he uses his control to gain power over others. He displays this control when he manipulates those of the lower class, and he tries to dominate his relationships. The struggle between the power and powerless in the novel develops into a battle between the upper and lower classes. The main powerful and wealthy character, Tom Buchanan, uses his power to hurt other people, and he does not care who it is. For example, Tom Buchanan has a very powerful status, which attracts Myrtle because she strives to be in the upper class.
One could say it’s the writer’s way of showing us what Olive looks like: a big woman. This image through interiority is important, yet, what is most important, is the fact that readers feel as if they are laying beside Olive and listening as she tells some of her deepest insecurities. The hard exterior she wears is cracked wide open for us. And because of this, we are brought into a deep empathy for Olive. It is especially important that we have this moment of interiority first and early on, because later, when Olive overhears the wedding guests making fun of her dress, we feel even more empathy for Olive.
Jordan is a professional golf player of questionable integrity, she is cynical, always very cool and composed, so much so that it seems, at times that she is disinterested and totally bored with the company of others, she is an independent woman who maintains an amoral view of life. Jordan is Gatsby’s path to reach Daisy, after all, he kept waiting for her to attend one of his extravagant parties, he finally bumps into someone that is close enough to her, and that someone is Jordan Baker. Jordan is the one who reminds Nick of Jay Gatsby and Daisy as lovers in Louisville when they were younger. The relationship between Nick Carraway and Jordan Baker is not very much spoken about, it appears to be very casual, it is never very clear why they began dating, especially after their sudden break-up, and both look to be very much detached from one another. It is important to mention that Nick had heard some rumours that Jordan had cheated quite often while on tournaments.
Helena also thought Demetrius was making fun of her. What the characters didn 't know was that the flower juice was put in their eyes. There were many times this happened in this play. This was the best part because Puck ended up fixing everything. The last example of dramatic irony is when Titania fell in love with Bottom when he had the head of an ass 's head.
Byron was a really colorful person in his sexual preferences as well as in his life, there can be little doubt that the sexual hunger that was initiated by his maid was always unfulfilled and he craved for women as well as men (Poetryfoundation par. 6). In the summer of 1803, he was so deeply in love with his cousin Mary Chaworth of Annesley Hall that he even decided to interrupt his education for one term just to be near her (Poetryfoundation par. 7). And then the first seeds of his love for his half-sister Augusta were sown and he asked from her to consider him ‘not only as a Brother’ but as her ‘warmest and most affectionate Friend’ (Poetryfoundation par.