In conclusion, in “The Rocking Horse Winner”, the whole story centers around a small boy trying to win the love and admiration of his mother who only loves money. His determination leads him to his death and even in his dying words he is trying to prove to his mother that he is lucky to gain her money for her love. The mother, Hester, is greedy and lives for the dollar rather than loving her children. On the contrary the love relationship depicted between Connie and Mellors are obscene despite being married to different individuals and the language used by Lawrence to describe the relationship between the two makes it totally obscene during
The action of the novel starts with Emma’s boredom of her ordinary life with her husband. Charles Bovary does not seem to excite her anymore, leaving Emma depressed with life. Emma, a person solely of fancy and adventure, imagines her love life full of intense passion and adventure but reality is far from expectation. Because of the presence of the vacuum in her life, she becomes attracted to other men whom she meets along the way within a limited period of time she begins to live her life of adultery, fearing in her heart of being found out by her husband. Charles, although weak and unambitious and lacking the gallant prince image of Emma’s imagination, does not lack pure love for his beautiful wife.
With reference to her cries and hopeless feeling towards the situation she was facing that time, it is not hard to see that Penelope has a strong desire for the return of her husband for her life. Taking the words of Eryximachus in the symposium into consideration, where he concludes that love cause happiness and other good actions (188d-e), the reason of why Penelope would cry for her husband for a lot of times can be proved with the opposite of the saying that people would feel unhappy without love. Since the couple in the story has been separated for almost twenty years, being in lack of love from Odysseus, Penelope would feel frustrated and desperate with the absence of her husband. All in all, taking the dialogue between Odysseus and Penelope in Book 19 of the Odyssey into account, their love relationship can be discussed and analyzed with the love philosophies mentioned by Aristophanes, Phaedrus and Eryximachus in the
Although she does not want to, their is a part of her that wants to be with him and is jealous that he has found another woman to love. This song is giving the audience a lesson that we are all strong and that it is always possible to be happy even when it does not seem like it. Despite how strong she is, she still hurts and speaks to her ex who left her broken hearted. “I heard that you 're settled down, that you found a girl and you’re married now,” they broke up and Adele is having an onerous time getting over him. While he is married and now moved on to new things in his life, “I heard that your dreams came true.” This creates an internal conflict of her feeling alone and broken, causing great emotion.
Tommy is in love with a woman named Olive who he cannot marry given the fact that his wife does not want to divorce him. The story is told throughout the main character’s thoughts and many flashbacks. The main character is unhappy and, at some point, in search of help. Before analyzing the ending, it would be a great idea to briefly go over it. It has a couple of different situations: Tommy’s kerfuffle with Dr. Adler, his father, the fact that he does not know where Dr. Tamkin is, his conversation with his “wife” and the funeral.
Her undying love for Ashley One of the films most recurring themes is the undying love Scarlett has for another protagonist Ashley Wilkes. Her first disappointment in her otherwise trouble-free life is when she hears that Ashley is going to marry his cousin Melanie Hamilton, a person that Scarlett despises. She gets him alone and confesses her love for him, and Ashley actually feels the same way but he knows that they do not fit together. He says to her “You have all the passion for life that I lack. But that kind of love isn 't enough to make a successful marriage for two people who are as different as we are.” And so he marries
He said to himself “I made the biggest mistake of my life I never should have broken up with Mousal” but as time went by he began to forget her until his friend Gabriel ask him how was She doing, for he did not know about Warshake and Mousal’s brake up and got Warshake to think of her again that made Warshak reminisce of how his life at one time was with Mousal he loved her so much he would level a whole country to show his love to her but She did not want to see for She loved man and did not wait to see them get hurt. He thought maybe there is something else that I may bring to her that will bring her back to me so he went to the kingdom of the sky were the most powerful god lived Zeus, he was the god of the god’s
So far, she could not find her future husband, which is all for the good, because Portia did not seem to like any of them. When she saw Bassanio, she fell immediately in love with him and so she was worried him to choose the wrong box. He did not choose the gold one and the silver one but he chose the lead one and on opening it, he found a picture of Portia. Both he and Portia made plans to be married at once, together with Nerissa, a Portia’s servant and Gratiano, a talkative friend of Bassanio, who also fell in love with each
She has no other option but to accept whatever her fate decrees upon her. Servan, her husband loves her but his untimely death pushes her again in the darkness of the world. When she hears that her father want to sell her again, she runs away from the home with the intention to commit suicide. When she is about the jump into the river, Narain, a drunkard, saves her and accepts her as his unwedded wife. She has managed his house so beautifully that most of the women in her locality, feel jealous.
Woman are more emotional and sentimental by nature as compared to man. At first, Kamla Das searches for love at her parental home but she was failed to get it. After her marriage she tries to unlock her mind and soul to her husband but he does not cared for her sentiments. Her poems has brought a disgustful picture of her husband and her soreness of being in a loveless marriage. To fulfill her sexual desires she break all the bonds of society and get into