Equalitys’ Sense of Purpose In the book Anthem written by Ayn Rand, society is now known as “the great WE” (19). Where man may not think as one, but must think as a whole; as it is the law. Even though, there is total equality, there is no right of a free mind. Everyone is taught very little history to avoid any sort of curiosity. Throughout Equalitys’ childhood, he is looked at very closely by his teachers for having too much curiosity and asking questions of the past.
Elie tried to help him, but he soon grew tired of helping his father and felt relieved when his father had died; he felt free. Elie would often fear the night because it reminded him of the horrible things he had seen throughout the day. The title Night implies that there was something that Elie had feared when the sun went down. If someone were to not understand what the Holocaust was, then they wouldn’t understand why he was afraid. It is important to keep on learning about the Holocaust because it was an awful event where millions of people were getting murdered because of their race and their beliefs.
Another factor is that her old husband was healing Dimmsdale, her ‘illegitimate’ lover. Hester and her daughter Pearl lived with mistrust, the townspeople were disgusted by her, and would never trust her even after her sentence was lifted. Relationships can stand on the grounds of mistrust and isolation, but they may never thrive on it due to the fact of trust and companionship being the key factors in a relationship. This was shown throughout both The Scarlett Letter and Ethan Frome in a variety of ways, including the lack of true companionship in both novels and also the complete lack of trust held by some characters in both
Janie’s grandmother, Nanny, forces Janie to marry a man she is not in love with out of convenience. Nanny does not want Janie to suffer the necessities of life, but Janie cares little about materials and seeks love. Nanny’s ideology haunts Janie for much of her life, influencing decisions she takes later in marriage. Huston says, “The memory of Nanny was still powerful and strong,” which shows how Janie conforms to the ideology her grandmother instilled in her. And although Janie conforms, she continues to question inwardly about love.
All throughout Catherine Chung’s novel Forgotten Country, people choose not to let their feelings be known. Sometimes people want to forget the past and they think that their memories are too painful for them to be worth remembering. However, if one is silent about their feelings, it only makes them harder to be understood. When people cannot understand each other, they grow further apart due to misunderstanding and emotional distance. Silence can even tear apart families.
Although, the furs imply possible animalistic behavior, unlike Dog they also adopted animalistic behavior to survive and hunt not to hide. Additionally, had the luxury to hide and find someone to take him in to start anew, whereas, the other characters Zetta, Jo-Jo, and the Scavengers underwent the changes in the world without the knowledge of why the apocalypse took place. Another aspect of classism demonstrated throughout the play was Jo-Jo 's place in between the classes and having no place; she chooses to follow Vera, Zetta, and eventually the Scavengers in order to fit into the group, only to find she didn 't fit in until she was able to set her own rules with the Scavengers. Moreover, throughout the majority of the play Jo-Jo listened to Vera, despite her actions indicating she wasn 't with her as shown through her hesitance to steal Zetta 's cart and her final decision to fake Dog 's death. This was a dynamic transformation of her character deciding who she was and how she doesn 't have to fit into a certain class of people.
It did not work that way for the women. Women were not given the luxury of feeling comfortable saying what they wished without getting scolded by their husbands. Ma somewhat followed that set role, but she also got frustrated sometimes and could not help but say what she really felt. Other than the men and women being given certain roles, everyone everywhere solely wished for happiness. The Grapes of Wrath portrays how men and women handle difficult situations differently.
Other things that I didn’t enjoy was how particularly near the beginning it felt like Nettie was constantly being forced to do things that she wasn’t comfortable with by the people who were supposed to be her friends. In fact for most of the book it felt like only Dan and her father were truly on her side and cared about what was best for her. And while the end result was a mostly happy ending for all, considering the situations that Nettie found herself in it could’ve at any point in time gone extremely wrong and she could have been in serious trouble. Another thing I wasn’t fond of was the relationship between Nettie and Jamie. It had extremely superficial roots and while there were some sweet moments between the two of them, I find it difficult to believe that they could last.
Even when her husband clearly didn’t love her anymore, she still wished for him to change his mind so she could stay. She didn’t even know what to do when she wasn’t under his control. Although Desiree didn 't have autonomy when it came to her husband, she did choose not to go home after leaving. She went down her own path after living her entire life being controlled by the people around her. In a sense, Desiree did achieve autonomy after leaving but only after leaving her husband she was truly
One way to connect with each other is for couples to have a strong and regular communication. Couples tend to drift apart due to poor or lack of communication. Many relation problems start with lack of communication. Assuming that you know what your partner or spouse is thinking is dangerous to your relationship. Misunderstandings and arguments are often the result of not communicating with your spouse or partner.