This shows that they fought constantly and made the two scared that their parents would only get more mad. They felt they would only hurt more people by saying they were married. Act 2 scene 2 line 70 “If they see you they’ll murder you”. This shows that they were so scared that they fought so much so they kept it a secret so the other would not be killed. This shows they unleashed their demise because their parents inspired this fear.
There is no person telling them that they cannot work here or they cannot live here in America. Freedom is a big key to happiness, because when freedom is available the people make their own choices, and usually the choices they make are made to make themselves happy. In a place where freedom is not available it is hard to have happiness. Being free is also a great way to be happy for some people. America has always been known for its’ freedom and all of the easy ways there are to achieve happiness.
Laila again struggled for her second child, again a sacrifice, even when the child this time belonged to Rasheed. The doctor said, “if we delay, you will lose the baby” “then cut me open....cut me open and give me my baby. (P- 283)” the strength and edurance of a woman has no end. The introductoion of zalmai, a male child, as a counterpart to the female child, aziza, serves to illustrate further the unfair treatment of woman under the present government. Later in the story, a fire destroys Rasheed’s shop, leaving him unemployed, at the same time Mariam comes to know of her father’s death.
Sally’s father physically abuses her. Her father thinks she is “going to run away just like his sisters who made the family ashamed” (92). Sally tried to help herself by staying with Esperanza’s family , however , when her father came to the Cordero’s house with tears in his eyes, sally agreed to come home when he said “this is the last time” (93). Esperanza eventually learns that physical and emotional abuse never truly ends. The
For example, Wilcox conveys that following one’s will leads to happiness because it allows a person to make their own decisions and relish their freedom: “And briefly said are love, and will, and time; / Yet in them lies a majesty sublime” (Wilcox 18: 9-10). In addition, she conveys that having “will” gives a person a purpose and an optimistic attitude for the future as “Will is the means of using time and love, / And bringing forth the heart’s desires thereof” (13-14). Wilcox conveys that without expressing one’s sentiments or feelings, one can never feel happy or complete because they never truly have mastership over their time; without expressing “will,” a person cannot preserve their self-identity. Furthermore, Wilcox conveys that one’s “will” allows them to experience happiness as “When the motive is right and the will is strong / There are no limits to human power” (Wilcox 27: 1-2). Although someone may not necessarily prevail in a fight or a competition, the fact that they put effort and time into the act allows people to live life to the fullest and possess self-mastery.
Further proving her love, Juliet would rather her whole family think she was dead than marry a man that was not Romeo. In Act Five, when Romeo thought that Juliet was dead, he was ready to kill himself but Paris confronted him: “Put not another sin upon my head, by urging me to fury: O, be gone! By heaven, I love thee better than myself;” Even when Romeo is completely upset and mad that Paris was there, his love for Juliet kept him from starting conflict with anyone associated with her family. Their love was so strong that he continued to honor her wishes even when he thought she was dead. Altogether, the theme develops a great amount along with the story and helps the understand the
Transcendentalism is an appealing philosophy because it encourages individuals to rely on themselves, to ignore other’s accusations, and to accept one’s unique place. Transcendentalism is an appealing philosophy because it encourages individuals to rely on themselves. Emerson claims, “Trust thyself: every heart vibrates to that iron string” (Emerson 364). The author explains by trusting oneself, a person can truly be content with their life. The individual will be happy in what they do and wherever they go.