For living, Scarlett started doing business, which was a strange thing for women at that time. She even cheated and induced her sister’s fiance so that he could marry her, than she could obtained more money to live a better life. Scarlett always chases Ashley Wilkes, hoping to get his love. Her crazy made her had done many wrong decision, leading the hero Rhett Butler to felt heart broken, and then he decided to leave her
Indeed, Emma is dying in her own solitary world. Her father takes the earliest opportunity to marry her off for his own pecuniary measures, as the narrative states, ‘Pere Rouault would not have been vexed to have his daughter off his hands, for she was hardly any use to him in the house’ (p,23). Emma’s long process of dying continues throughout her life, as nothing she does matches the ‘felicity, passion and rapture she reads in her novels’ (33). Emma’s disappointments arise from her frustration to aspire to a more refined and sophisticated class than the one she actually is. Furthermore, the fairy-tale ending she thought would come through her marriage does not transpire, instead, all sense of her own individuality disappears, and she is constantly discontented, ‘Oh, why, dear God, did I marry him?
The matter went away to be forgotten since the convict never mentioned they boy’s help. The boy went to meet the wealthy yet odd owner, and her adopted daughter. he fell madly in love with the daughter instantly although she kept looking down at him since he was poor. After a while, a lawyer approaches the boy to tell him that he has expectations from a secret benefactor to travel to London and learn the art of being a gentleman. Excited boy went to London expecting that the beneficiary was no one else but odd owner to make him a better match for her daughter, although she warned him that the girl could never love anyone.
She uses it to get what she wants which is why she tricks the reader sto think that she’s still in love with him when in reality it’s he’s money, like how she cried into Gatsby’s beautiful shirts (Fitzgerald 92). Also since Tom is always running off with another girl each night, Daisy may feel alone and in need for attention which is why she keeps sending mixed signals to Jay Gatsby in the novel. Since Daisy never admitted to Tom at the hotel about never loving him, this shows Daisy’s true colors, but Gatsby was already too deep to realize the mistakes he was making. So, that is why Daisy never attended Jay’s funeral because her true colors bursted, was afraid to ruin her reputation, and Gatsby gone means no more
In her marriage she play a sad role. But from the background of that times, the “American Dream” become a sacred dream for everyone, money become the symbol of success. Daisy represent the “American Dream” in the 1920s, which has a beautiful surface but empty and shallow
For quite a while he succeeds in deluding himself that he will be happy living with his two elder daughters, whose false declaration he had accepted. A famous proverb warns: “To hand over is no longer to Live”. However, by sending Cordelia and Kent away who care for him, King Lear is left powerless before his foes. Initially, King Lear’s daughters behave in very different ways but after gaining wealth they show their true faces. Goneril relucts to tolerate King Lear and completely charges her steward Oswald to provoke King Lear so she would have a chance to get rid of him.
His motive to rape her was not for physical attraction but to break her French pride. He was not able to stand her scornful eyes and her confident personality; firstly he tries to boast of Germany victory, and then degrades her of being French. When his degrading remarks make no effect on her, he raped her. Mr. Grange after making promise of romantic life marries an actress of England. Vesta Blaise in trouble time accepts his marriage proposal and comes with him on the promise of one visit of England per year.
Tiffany, who has been in search of her own happiness after the death of her husband, became very promiscuous and tried different prescription drugs to help with her mental health. “In Pursuit of Happiness” by Mark Kingwell, he illustrates this. “The search for happiness is one of the chief sources of unhappiness, agreed twentieth-century essayist Eric Hoffer, while novelist Nathaniel Hawthorne famously compared happiness to a butterfly which, if pursued, always eludes your grasp, but which if you sit quietly, may just land upon you.” (414.) Tiffany has wanted to participate in a dance competition for years, but her husband would never dance with her. She realizes she can have a chance at this, so she demands that if Pat wants her to deliver the letter to Nikki he must dance with her.
The Woman as Object In Richard Steele’s play The Conscious Lovers, unmarried women, mainly Lucinda, are treated as objects rather than human beings. There are multiple instances throughout the play that show how characters value her. Such as, her mother trying to marry her to Cimberton and becoming frustrated when she cannot control her daughter’s marriage. As well, when Sir John Bevil is trying to negotiate with Mr. Sealand about honoring the marriage proposal between their children because he knows that Lucinda offers a lot of wealth to his son. Thirdly, by the end, Cimberton becomes uninterested in Lucinda when he finds out that she’s now worth half of the estate and decides not to marry her because of it.
Elizabeth bolts home when she discovers that Lydia has eloped with Wickham; Darcy pays Wickham off, out of love for Elizabeth. Lady Catherine de Bourgh journeys to Longbourn to tell Elizabeth that her nephew, Darcy, plans to marry her. Lady Catherine hatefully demands Elizabeth to reject him, but Elizabeth’s strong-willed spirit does not care about Catherine’s wishes. Ultimately, Jane and Elizabeth are the only Bennet daughters who end up married over the course of a year. Even with Pride and Prejudice 's central focus on love and romance, Jane Austen challenges Regency Era parenting methods, since mothers abandoned being loving, patient maternal figures to be matchmakers for their daughters, considering the value that society places on effective marriages and family