Delusional, Blanche hides in the darkness until the luminosity inevitably reveals her. As seen in the play, people like Stanley feed off of people with weak minds. Stanley notices how Blanche behaves very erratically and he feels entitled to her body. She puts on an exterior as a pretty lady without depth, which made him see her as a pretty object, not a hurting human. Blanche got caught up in her web of lies and found herself more lost in the darkness and unable to see her light.
Macbeth is a play about subterfuge and trickery. Macbeth, his wife, and the three Weird Sisters are linked in their mutual refusal to come right out and say things directly. Instead, they rely on implications, riddles, and ambiguity to evade the truth. Macbeth’s ability to manipulate his language and his public image in order to hide his foul crimes makes him a very modern-seeming politician. However, his inability to see past the witches’ equivocations—even as he utilizes the practice himself—ultimately leads to his downfall.
Emilia knows that Othello believes that Desdemona has cheated on him with Cassio, but the interesting factor is that Emilia knows that is not true as she arguably knows Desdemona the most out of all the characters. Desdemona's isolation prior to her death is “ attributable to the onlookers' nonintervention” (Vanita 343). Emilia was aware of the abuse that Othello put upon Desdemona even though she knew the accusations against her were false “For if she be not honest, chaste and true,/ There’s no man happy; the purest of their wives/ Is foul slander” (Shakespeare 4.2.18-20) but still leaves Desdemona in isolation with Othello, even though she was aware of what he believed. When Othello confronts Desdemona with the claims of cheating Othello commands Emilia to “Leave Procreants alone and shut the door;/ Cough or cry “hem”
At first, taking into consideration Blanche DuBois’s tense and nervous attitude at the beginning of the play, some might find it a good return to a tragic finale. To elaborate, Blanche was criticizing the couple’s lives at most times especially in Scene 1 where the author mentioned her mocking Stanley’s polish atmosphere
“The Witch” is what mostly stands out as evil spirits in this verse, as well as the actions taken against her. The effect of specific detail also takes place with, “he wrenched himself” and “so swiftly”. Such exemplification further shows Gogol’s imagination, so revealing yet, includes the sense of the time frame of this novel. Another example, What is there to be afraid of?” he thought to himself. “She will not rise from her bier, since she fears God’s word.
The beauty of this play lies within the fact that neither the professor nor Carol is right. Ultimately, both characters are deeply flawed. Throughout the play they scarcely agree or understand each other resulting in the most dramatic conclusion. Oleanna can be interpreted in two distinct ways, dividing audiences between those who were angered by what they perceived as fabricated sexual harassment charges used as a tool to gain power and those who viewed the image of a crafty, manipulative woman as an attack on the right of women to defend themselves from improper sexual proceedings. In addition, at the time of the play 's beginning exhibitions, numerous analysts saw an association with the Anita Hill/Clarence Thomas hearings and its not difficult to perceive how this may have roused the thought behind this play.
The tension in the story is drastically building up, making the readers anxious to think whether the narrator will admit the truth or not. In the Masque of the Red Death, on the other hand, guilt does not really capture Prospero and he reacts insolently to death. A passage from the story depicts how the protagonist is annoyed; “It was then, however, that the Prince Prospero, maddening with rage and the shame of his own momentary cowardice, rushed hurriedly through the six chambers,…“(1842, Poe). Here, the protagonist shows Gothic characteristics of “a distressed character”. This is because the character cannot overcome his stress.
The novel serves as a cautionary tale of the costs of fantasy. Though unlikable and difficult to relate to, the main characters of the novel show an issue all bear. The characters had aspirations and dreams, but were left helpless against the progression of life as their ideals and fantasies became corrupted. Part of the issue was due to how impossible their fantasies became. Daisy became Gatsby’s
[…] O, O, O!" (5.1.39-41, 55). In this passage, Lady Macbeth initially tries to comfort herself by telling herself nobody will discover their heinous acts, but then her true feelings come to light as she screams "O, O, O! ", releasing built-up stress caused by Macbeth 's atrocious behavior. This sleepwalking, especially her screaming, exposes the dangerous side of Lady Macbeth, where fear grips her mind.
The realistic and controversial novel is dedicated to adultery. Reflects a provincial, moralistic society that is not consistent with the romantic personality that Emma Bovary, the protagonist, has invented for itself. The portrait of a discontented with provincial life and the lack of passion, fantasy woman whose obsession leads to absurdity. Intellectual disability and moral insensitivity characterize this character trying to escape reality by reading romance novels. Madamme Bovary is a work by the realist bias that characterizes it sometimes becomes boring.