Desdemona feels somewhat guilty after this. “Some critics respond to the issue of Desdemona's guilt by suggesting that Shakespeare deliberately makes Desdemona's character ambiguous in order to give Othello's jealousy a motive” (Smith). In every cheating relationship, there is jealousy and guilt. “From an interpersonal perspective, the prototypical cause of guilt would be the infliction of harm, loss, or distress on a relationship partner (Baumeister 3). The guilt that Desdemona feels radiates off her body, causing distress to Othello as he wonders if she really does love Cassio instead of himself.
Have you ever been influenced to do something or think something that effects your personality? In the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, Romeo is a very dramatic and depressed character while Juliet is obedient and rational. As these two characters begin to meet and understand each other, one character has a greater influence upon the other. Romeo and Juliet both have very opposing characteristics that make them very interesting characters. Romeo has had more of an influence on Juliet because she changes her ideas and actions based on Romeo’s actions and ideas.
Journal 5.1 I think other than loyalty and betrayal in Julius Caesar you can also see examples of power, a hunger for it. You can see themes of gender because back then it definitely was more so about men, they had more freedoms and rights where women had many, many restrictions. I think manipulation could be an important theme because it ties into betrayal in that others can manipulate you into doing the opposite of what you wish to do. Power is portrayed in this because Julius was going to have much power. The whole play is at least one character fighting for power in different ways.
She drinks and lie’s because of her past, with her consciously knowing that she is responsible for the death of allan, and also being responsible for being fired as a teacher; she has to find a way to cope with everything going on in her head. Blanche’s way of coping is lying, her lying becomes part of her reality. “Blanches part in her husband 's death is neither gentile nor loving.” (Phillip 305) She Feels guilty for her actions, but there is little remorse shown from blanche.
Throughout Beowulf, within the film and the text, women are portrayed as possessions for the benefit of the men. Furthermore, women are used as devices to further the plot of men in both the film and poem. Yet, in the text, women are less prevalent to the story, their presence secondary to the men. Women are more sexualized in the movie than the poem, yet they also assume more authority over the men and have more developed characters. While the gender roles were historically accurate throughout the book, women subservient to men, the movie afforded women more dominant and involved roles.
However, he also represents a male who is successful with women, but in chivalrous way. He is a man most women expect to find; a man who can switch from being very manly and athletic a second to being a strong overprotective hero the next. 3. Throughout the television series, Agent Seeley Booth seems like a very confident and cocky man, who would mostly fit the category of a ‘player’ if it wasn’t for his really mature and religious attitudes. Even though he is successful with women he doesn’t openly express his sexuality afraid that it might seem inappropriate or he will be disrespectful.
In Romeo and juliet a theme is their love has to overcome many boundaries, but in the end death conquers all. In act one scene five, lines 91-110 Romeo and Juliet meet for the first time. In this scene love has to conquer the boundary of holy vs. profane, as said by Romeo, “If I profane thee with my unworthiest hand… My lips two blushing pilgrims ready stand to smooth that rough touch with a gentle kiss.
After carefully analyzing the play Romeo and Juliet written by William Shakespeare, it can be concluded that both characters Friar Laurence and The Nurse are seen as mentors to the lovers. As a result of the two families fighting both characters were forced to become not only mentors, but parents to the couple, which resulted in the Juliet and Romeo building trust in them. Both the Nurse and Frair Laurence have their best interest in mind when making crucial decisions, making sure they are happy regardless of the result. However, when events start ocurring, pressure gets the best of them and they both retreat. The Nurse and Frair Laurence are both responsible for the final tragedy of the play.
Treating women with inferiority is a warning sign of a possibility of something being sexist. With inferiority playing a huge role throughout the book that makes the Iliad a sexist work. A work like
The reasoning behind Henry doing this is not simply to have fun, but rather to satisfy his own needs and enforce his power upon other inferior creatures. He treats these powerless critters as if they are his soldiers or slaves. This action of Henry acknowledges the propensity of mankind to regulate and rule over others by imposing his own will on them. Additionally, the fact that a Littlun is exhibiting such a primitive behaviour even further exemplifies how this is present within all forms of man. This passage not only depicts man’s lust for power, but also foreshadows how Jack and Roger utilise their power later on in the story.