On the other hand, The Doll’s House’s Kelveys had always been outcasts and rarely spoke to others. Since they didn’t rely on other people as much and were more introverted, being made into outcasts as a family was still hard but easier to adapt to. “... she scarcely ever spoke. She went through life holding on to Lil, with a piece of Lil’s skirt screwed up in her hand. Where Lil went, Our Else followed,” (Mansfield 204).
She falls in love with some hero stories and even got married to it. Her life must have been bored and very constrained compare to contemporary time when everyone’s story sounds like a hero. Her father makes her to choose between him or Othello, and she can’t reserve the right to be close to both, similarly the feudal law worked
I believe that many factors have contributed to Kino’s thoughtless behavior and his desire for wealth. First, the pearl has indeed had a negative effect on Kino. Kino slowly changes from the content husband that we see him in the first chapter to the paranoid man who harms his wife (a woman he once admired greatly) and makes impulsive decisions for the benefit of wealth. Second, Kino is keeping the pearl for the pearl has some ties with his dignity as the other critics have concluded. Before the pearl, Kino only had his canoe as a way to support those he loves, but within the pearl he sees new opportunities and luxuries, and, as head of the household, he must try to better his wife’s and son’s life.
In the book,‘The Great Gatsby’ all the characters find a way to be with someone whom they love or even just desire, only catch is that they’re all in unhappy marriages. "Neither of them can stand the person they 're married to." says Catherine, (Myrtle’s sister) to Tom. They didn’t marry with love, they married for money, which had happened with Daisy. She got married to Tom Buchanan for his money, while she was waiting for Jay Gatsby to return from war.
Daisy is selfish, she doesn 't wait for Gatsby to get back from war. She thinks it 's better for women to be controlled and not have minds of their own. Most of the times she does not make her own choices, and when she does her actions are mindless and only help her needs. Jay is very generous and tries to help people throughout the book. He brings them joy and happiness and likes to think of others, but does not lose sight of his goal to win over Daisy once
Cordelia stood up for what she believed in and as a result got banished from her family and kingdom. The Fool didn’t have much respect because of his job as the court jester. Though these two lacked the respect of the others, they held the most loyalty and wisdom for the king. William Shakespeare teaches that power and wealth do not provide wisdom, but wisdom can be hidden in the words of a loyal fool.
The one person that Lady Catherine questioned the most was Elizabeth, because she knew the least about her. She asked her about her upbringing and about the qualities that her and her sisters have. It’s clear that Lady Catherine wasn’t impressed by what Elizabeth told her, in her eyes Mrs Bennet (Elizabeth’s mother) failed raising her daughters the right way, because she didn’t hire a governess and because Elizabeth and her sisters lacks musical and artistic talents. This is clear in Pride and Prejudice in the scene where Elizabeth Bennet tells that she and her sisters never had a governess , Lady Catherine, reacts surprised: “I always say that nothing is to be done in education without steady and regular instruction, and nobody but a governess can give it. ”(Pride and Prejudice,1992,p 140)What becomes clear by comparing these two scenes, are that both women, Miss Havisham and Lady Catherine think very highly of themselves, and don’t let anything happen without their permission.
(Slim 32) Slim assumed she was looking for unwarranted attention from him. What the ranch hands did not realize is that her loneliness led her to these actions, “She put her hand behind her back and leaned against the door frame so that her body was thrown forward.” (Steinbeck 31). Being in a relationship should satisfy one's need for attention.
Miss Kinnian shows a glimpse of reality, that not all people are nice. She tells Charlie how people can be very mean, but how he is much better than any of them. Charlie does not get this at all right now, but later on he will realize what this meant. Charlie still has some misunderstanding when he states that all his friends liked him and they never did anything that wasn’t nice. Miss Kinnian had to go away because she knew that people did not treat him fairly, and he didn’t understand that all.
Willie meets a homeless man and asks him questions about unhappiness and the cure for it. 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.
Violet shows off her intelligence numerous times throughout the book, to the point where Titus’s friends and even father think she is snotty and a show-off, even calling her a bitch. Titus thought Violet lacked the basic social intelligence that tells you to adapt to the world around you. But Violet refused to give into the feed and adapting, which led her to resist the feed. This decision she makes is making her unpopular, but it also makes her a rebel, in a way making her a role model for being above the influence. She 's grown up in a whole other world due to the way she was raised by her father.
A Toyota corrola from 1990 was the worst car back in the days but if you lost it you will be angry, the reason is because it cost you money and know you don’t even a car you should’ve appreciated when it was there and you have to appreciate everything you have. People who are not grateful always lose what they love. If the people in this world are not grateful they will lose everything they love just like Alice and Gatsby. In life when you have a lot of things you don't need you build a greed in your life just like Alice and the fisherman. alice had a lot of things and asked her husband for more things all the time and wasn't really easy to please.
In The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Gatsby is a young man, around thirty years old, who rose from an impoverished childhood in rural North Dakota to become fabulously wealthy. However, he does not belong in the wealthy class. One reason Gatsby doesn't belong in the wealthy class would be how Gatsby manages his money. Gatsby's money did not come from inheritance, as he would like people to believe, but from organized crime. The story takes place during the time of prohibition and Gatsby has profited greatly from selling liquor illegally.
“At his lips’ touch she blossomed for him like a flower. ”(103) Reading this phrase in Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, you are probably picturing the kissing scene in the happy, cheesy romantic Disney princess movie you watched last Saturday. However, unlike Cinderella or Snow White, in Nick’s account of Gatsby and Daisy’s first kiss, their love implies something much more than that, and the chief way that Fitzgerald elevates their love to that level is through his miraculous descriptions.
The novel The Great Gatsby, is centered particularly on the theme of money and how it will inevitably affect one’s life. Money, wealth, and class are central themes which fuel the plot, and the way in which characters act, think, interact with the other characters, and are portrayed. The Marxist theory expresses that class shapes who we are, what we experience, and how we see ourselves; moreover, our “class-consciousness” also determines how we perceive