Cher’s mom passed away from an accident during her liposuction, when she was just a child; so, the majority of her spending money comes from her lawyer father. Another one of Cher’s hobbies is playing, “Matchmaker.” She was able to get two of her teachers to go on a date, and they end up falling in love. Although at first, Cher’s intentions were for her teachers to be happier and give her less homework; she realized that helping others was a better reward than getting what she
In the stories, “The Story of an Hour” by Kate Chopin and “Lamb of the Slaughter” by Roald Dahl both have a similar aspect in furthering the plot and creating an aesthetic impact on its target audience. In the story, “The Story of an Hour”, Mrs. Mallard not only has heart trouble but her husband was pronounced dead. Whereas, in “Lamb to the Slaughter”, Mary Maloney kills her husband after finding out that he was leaving her, while she was still pregnant. Furthermore, what makes these stories similar is having two female protagonist feeling strong emotions towards their husband’s motives. Given this fact, “The Story of an Hour” uses a gloomy exposition and depressing ending whereas, “Lamb to the Slaughter” begins in a calm exposition to a clever ending in order for both of their stories to have a climactic resolution and have an aesthetic impact on its readers.
With Martin, she only ever stuck to the duties a woman normally sticks to, but Arnaud is a merchant. When a woman’s husband is a merchant, she is allowed to engage in merchant activities as well, thus with Arnaud Bertrande’s sphere of freedom expands. She gets more opportunities to experience the world around her aside from the normal confinement a woman has to her house. Bertrande seizes this chance for independence to the fullest, and “What Bertrande had with the new Martin was her dream come true,” (44). For not only does she get more freedom with him by being a merchant, but she also fulfils her previous more mature independent desire for a partner she genuinely likes.
Basically stated that disloyal, sexual, and loyal women get treated differently for who they are. The only one Odysseus really cared about was getting back to his wife, that then continued to stay loyal for him, but he made so choices that he regretted but did it to get back to his wife. If he wouldn't of gone through the hard part with sexual and disloyal women before getting back to loyal he wouldn't of made it and he would of got portrayed by his suitors for taking his
He believes that his was able to rescue her from the lies and cruelty of the society. At first, Gemma thinks he is a crazy lunatic, and she’s constantly trying to escape him. But later on in the story, Gemma realizes that she misunderstood Ty, and that maybe his isn’t so bad after all. Stolen is a very conflicting story. It is
In the book The Silver Star by Jeannette Walls each of the characters have many events that affect them emotionally and physically. In the second part of my book the oldest sister, Liz gets into a situation with Mr. Maddox, her boss. When Liz and Jean, her younger sister started working for him and his family everything was great, but now not so much. When it came to pay both of the girls Jean requested hers in cash, but LIz on the other hand wasn’t particular and went with what Mr. Maddox wanted to do. She was fine with him putting it into a bank account to earn interest and she didn’t have a problem with that until she wanted to take it out.
They stayed keen and bright. Her pulses beat fast, and the coursing blood warmed and relaxed every inch of her body.” It became evident to readers that a huge weight of stress was lifted from Mrs. Mallard’s body; therefore, it was like she could breathe freely without her husband. For her to be delighted when their husband dies validates the way she set her morals. A time period like this, many men controlled their wives for their own good. In the other short story, “Jury of her Peers,” Mrs. Minnie had morals as seeking revenge towards her husband.
Would a woman not want to protect her husband from hanging? She knew not of John’s confession and therefore thought that if she told the court what had actually happened he would be sentenced to hang. What good would he do dead? The two of them have two kids together, the boys deserve and need a father, Elizabeth would not be able to raise them on her own and take care of their land at the same time. So she told a very reasonable lie to protect her husband who she had vowed loyalty to, and to help her kid’s lives.If John had not engaged in romantic events with Abigail why would he ruin his good name?
John Proctor’s wife is eventually accused by Abigail, because Abigail was jealous of her relationship with John. In John 's effort to save his wife, he is accused and by the end of the play he is hanged because he won’t falsely admit to being a witch. Some readers feel that John Proctor is flawed because of all the bad things he has done, he is actually honorable because he is honest.
Proctor may have committed adultery, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t love his wife Elizabeth. Everyone has made of mistake at some point in their life. Proctor wanted everything for her and his family, and after all love does change people in many ways,