For example, in the first few paragraphs, we get a hint of how Connie’s mother is constantly nagging and complaining about how vain she is and how she is nothing like her sister. Speaking from a logical standpoint we can say that this negative backlash from her mother is upsetting to her, as it should be for any normal human being. Since she is receiving such negative attention in her home she goes out to seek “positive” attention. Her mother’s continuous praising of how great Connie’s sister June is, and how much better she is than her can be draining and irritating. Connie could just be going out to get the praise and attention that she needs or “deserves”.
meg now understand courage because she now has a new sense of being nice and brave .meg is arguing with her dad and meg is getting really angered. “‘ No ! and you 'd better take me back to camazotz and charles wallace quickly! You’re supposed to be able to help”’Pg. 109. meg does not understand the situation and she needs to get a hold of herself[ but meg is speaking more of her thoughts] .
Unfortunately, her malicious words stir up even more trouble than there already is. This is because whoever reads the letter rethinks their situation and eventually that is the only thought on their mind, causing them to act out. Specifically continue with the same behaviour but, exaggerating it. An example of this in the Short Story “The Possibility of evil” is when Miss Strangeworth sent a letter in the past to the parents of a young girl in the town named Linda Stewart about possible nefarious behaviour hidden in the area “Linda Stewart’s parents would never have been aware of possible evil lurking nearby if Miss Strangeworth had not sent them a letter”. Due to this letter Linda Stewart has been crying constantly!
Before Katherine even has any lines to speak, the audience is put under the impression she is a wild mean spirited woman, as her reputation for one is constantly voiced. The audience is viewing Katherine from a male perspective during the time of the Elizabethan period, and she is assigned the stereotype of a shrew before we ever see her character on stage. During this time period, most men would think of any strong minded, loud woman as undesirable, and because of this perspective, the audience today can also get influenced by thinking she is a shrew. Her stereotype is also assigned to her without anyone explaining why she really is a shrew. Baptista thinks his daughter was just born mean, but as explained in the previous case, this may not be
The “country girl” has an upbeat, yet oblivious tone. She complements ‘Melia in a praiseful way, but does not truly understand what dark tasks ‘Melia has to perform to earn her elegant life. This creates uneasiness because ‘Melia constantly hints to her tainted life, but the other woman can not bother to see past the illusion. ‘Melia states, “True. One’s pretty lively when ruined,” (20).
In conclusion, either way, both women are extremely a selfish human being, especially Abigail because she looks out for own need only. But as for Elizabeth, her character change from being cold to noble and sincere when Elizabeth began to help John Proctor into confessing; telling him to forgive him, and she won’t judge him. Author Miller explains that women can be selfish when it comes to love. Also, it illustrates how a small amount of women’s selfishness can hurt tons of people. All women just want to keep all the love, they don 't like sharing, honestly, whether the choice is right or wrong, it’s what make them happy and feel secure even selfishness kills everyone.
After experiencing two fake and wrong relationships, she eventually realizes what her really power is. At last, she never relies on men but herself. The reason why Carrie is cheated by men again and again is that Carrie is too young to analyze the development of things. In the beginning, desire and lazy take control of her. Although she had struggles and hesitations, she still follows her lusts so that loses in the lies of
Blanche clearly used this word out of ignorance to talk down to Stanley. It seems she does this so she feels better about herself and her failures in life. Stella notices Blanche’s anxiety and states, “You seems a little bit overwrought or something.” (Williams 1783). Blanche responds with concern that Stanley may not like her. Blanche is certainly hoping to be accepted but is expecting the worst.
Willie’s mother doesn’t understand what homeless people are like and therefore, Willie feels that she is like a blind fish in a cave. In the text, it states, “The cure for unhappiness is this: What a person needs is always more than what they say.” This quote reinforces that homeless people are knowledgeable and are wise. They have enough information about the real world and just need someone to share it with. Most people ignore homeless people because of stereotypes like “they are sick and dirty,” even if they have something to offer. Likewise, Mrs. Markham just
We can also see that, as the interview moves on, Lady Bracknell starts to think that Jack is a joke and that she can't be bothered with him: the more she learns about him, the more she becomes repulsed. She often replies with exclamative sentences, showing us that she is totally shocked with the answers that she gets from Jack: “A country house!” and “Found!” or “Me, sir!”. She also quickly dismisses him: “I don't know her.” or “The unfashionable side.”. So in conclusion, Bracknell's behavior is far different from Jack's. Bracknell is rather relaxed and calm (although she gets quite agitated at the end) while Jack is full of anxiety and stress.