The protagonist seems as if she is completely dominated by her husband and as if he has full control over her. Ibsen first presents Nora as a child that does not have any knowledge about the real world outside her house. However, we can admire certain signs of rebellion presented in Nora throughout the play, which helped the public predict the final outburst. These situations made by Nora include the eating of the macaroons, she getting a loan and, finally, the poor relationship with her children. The final rebellion at the end of act three was not an expected way of reacting of a woman against his husband.
The children strongly dislike their parents after they make their decision about turning down the house completely. They then trick them and then decide to lock the parents leaving them to die. The resolution explains that the plot is the children’s addiction to the technology-based housing and the nursery make them hate their parents. This causes them to lie and trick to their parents, which soon leads the parents to shut down the house. Peter and Wendy are extremely offended by this matter.
When Patrick informs Mary of his affair, she tells herself not to believe any of what he has said. From this scene, readers can predict that if Patrick did not ask her to stop cooking supper
She is dishonest, selfish, and hypocritical. And because of her actions, she puts her family and herself in a terrible situation, which leads to the demise of them all. Grandmother’s dishonesty begins when she brings her cat along for the trip to Florida. She does so behind her son’s back, because she knows that he will not approve. This would seem harmless initially, however, secretly bringing the cat along turns out to be a terrible idea.
Even though the movie and the play is based on Anne’s diary there is a small amount of differences between them. Like when Peeters cat peed on the floor .and it started to bleed through the floor that event only happens in the movie but not the Play. I think they added this because they wanted to make the movie just a little bit interesting. Another difference is in the book Mr. Van Daan stole food from the food bin and Mrs. Frank caught him and started yelling at him to leave and not to come back. I think they added this, but not in the movie because there is so much other things and events.
Boredom struck the cat and his curiosity grew. The cat wanted to know everything in and on the cabinet. Little did he know what was on there would burn his neck and eyes. In the end, it is good that he was curious because he learned a lesson from his experience; that goes to show Why Curiosity Did Kill the Cat. From the title above, you can see that I disagree with the proverb in regards to intellectual curiosity.
As for the major difference in the two texts, the Rat’s/Mouse’s intentions are completely different. In “Cat and Rat: Legend of the Chinese Zodiac” Rat means to push Cat off the buffalo and sabotage her. In the text “How Cats and Mice Became Enemies” Mouse is hungry so he eats the pumpkin boat, causing the boat to sink. In this essay I hope you have realized the similarities and differences in “How Cats and Mice Became Enemies” and “Cat and Rat: Legend of the Chinese
Tom lies to Myrtle about Daisy’s religious affiliations to get out of marrying her, and Daisy can’t bring herself to completely cut ties with Tom to recreate the past with Gatsby. They never think of their partners and equals, with Daisy showing disdain for Gatsby’s parties, and Tom harshly reminding Myrle of her place in the lower class. They take away the choice of their partners, returning to their comfortable positions at the top of society, the position they were born into, when all is said and done. In the middle are the social climbers, who, although not born wealthy, try in their own ways to reach that status, and are ultimately thwarted because of their starting point; they struggled against the current of a harsh and indifferent world and got swept away. For example, Myrtle is a resident of the Valley of Ashes.
In the first short story we read, The Black Cat, guilt is what causes the narrator to be caught for the crime he did. The narrator in this story hated the black cat that him and his wife had as a pet. He was an alcoholic, and one day when the cat vexed him, Poe, in the story, ripped the cat’s eye out. After ripping the cat’s eye out, Poe felt bad and decided to hang the cat. Poe hung the cat, so he would no longer feel guilty for the crime that he committed against the cat.
The stepmother has two daughters who are filled with jealousy and envy. Ever since becoming Cinderella’s stepmother, she has treated Cinderella differently than her two daughters. Cinderella was turned into a servant in her own house, and she could not do anything. When “the king of the castle invited his son to a fancy ball he said he could choose his bride”. However, when “Cinderella” wanted to go to the ball, she could not go because “she does have a suitable dress to go to the ball.” When her two mice friends named “Jacques and Gus”, made her a dress her stepsisters ripped it apart.
First of all Bryce didn’t even try telling Juli about the whole egg situation until Juli found the egg cartons in the trash and that’s when Bryce said,” So I told her we were afraid of Salmonella poisoning because her yard was a mess and we were trying to spare her feelings. This shows that Bryce can’t tell Juli about their problem with Salmonella and now Juli is now mad Bryce of telling her.
“Just as she said it, a horrible thought came to her. The thought was so embarrassing that she turned red in the face and her eyes dilated and her feet jumped up, upsetting the valise in the corner. The instant the valise moved, the newspaper top she had over the basket under it rose with a snarl and Pitty Sing, the cat, sprang onto Bailey’s shoulder” (O’Connor 63). First, while in the ominous sounding Toomsboro, the grandmother makes the family search for the plantation. Then, she is overcome with embarrassment for making an error that she jostles the cat free.
Diego Saavedra Mrs.Metzker English 3 01/19/2017 Symbol of Love Cheating is a choice, not a mistake. In the story “Ethan Frome” by Edith Wharton. Ethan is committed himself already to one woman named Zeena, however, Ethan does start to fall in love with another lady named Mattie, who also happens to be the cousin of Zeena. In the story, there is a scene where Mattie and Ethan were cooking and about to have dinner, when the cat knocks over Zeena 's pickle dish, all these events are very key in the symbol of the story. The braking of the dish resembles how fragile a marriage could be.
After the marriage with Logan failed, Janie thought that Joe was the one. He turned out to be very controlling and possessive of her. He did not allow her to do anything and thought that “a pretty doll-baby lak [her] is made to sit on de front porch and rock and fan [herself] and eat p’taters dat other folks plant just special for [her]”(Hurston 29). Janie realized that she should be able to have some type of freedom in her marriage, and not feel