(1,1:189-90). She has let her despair that Demetrius doesn 't love her to overwhelm her whole self. She constantly states that Hermia is so much more beautiful than her, like when she says “Your eyes are lode-stars; and your tongue 's sweet air /More tuneable than lark to shepherd 's ear” (1,1:191-92).
Not always women are the one to blame into mans misery, but man itself condemn themselves into a path of disgrace because they choose to sin. In this case scenario Bathsheba did not seduce David therefore David sinned as a choice of his own. But Bathsheba still gets blamed for David’s misery although she was just a women that did not intentionally try to get with David. But Sir Gawain use David’s
This means that when love comes from looks it is more than likely gonna fail love comes from inside and shows actually how care for that person. Another instance in the play that love comes into effect is at the beginning really one girl likes a guy but he loves her best friend like in real life in most cases she never gets a chance “the course of true love never did run smooth(). In the play love does not run smoothly it keeps from relationships forming all because of a flower.
Demetrius and Lysander both were in love with Hermia, but Hermia was only in love with Lysander. Hermia’s dad, Egeus, did not approve of the love between Hermia and Lysander. Lysander pleaded to Egeus, “I am, my Lord, as well derived as he is, as well possessed, my love is more than his. . . . and . . . I am loved by beauteous Hermia” (Shakespeare.1.1.99-104).
6) Summer : "There 's no such thing as love, it 's a fantasy." a) Again, this shows Tom and Summer 's different opinions on love and marriage. Tom fell hard in love with Summer very quickly, while she never believed in the idea of love in the first place.
Desdemona is incredulous that anyone would actually cheat on a spouse. Her naivety becomes evident as she timidly avoids more graphic phrases. Emalia explains many people do, to Desdemona’s surprise. The fact that Desdemona is so loving towards Othello makes her death more tragic. She wants to follow his every order.
Roderigo is jealous in the play because he is in love with Desdemona but Desdemona really doesn’t notice him and she is truly in love with Othello. Roderigo is good friends with Iago, so Iago, as his evil self, tries to ruin Othello’s relationship with Desdemona so Roderigo can get what he wants. Adding to that, Iago has always been jealous that Cassio, Othello’s partner or the generals partner, got the job and not Iago. So what Iago does is to try to ruin Cassio’s reputation by getting into Othello’s head and “poisoning his thoughts” by saying that Desdemona, his true love, and Cassio, his partner, were having an affair behind his back.
Martha the significant other of George uses manipulation and intimidation to push her husband to have greater success. George is more reserved then Martha tends to be. He makes rude comments, but you can understand that Martha most definitely wears the pants in their relationship. Again both these women live through their husbands success and since George is not a a very successful man, Martha finds away to live through other men because she cannot have success herself due to the time period when women weren't really aloud to have much of a say with anything.
The ‘perfect girl’ does not even match the narrator’s tastes, or exceed his beauty standards. He too admits it is unusual, confiding to his friend the weirdness of it all. Even though the narrator does little to none to engage with the ‘perfect girl’ she is perfect because he chose to fall in love with her. This can be supported with the fact that he was so afraid of being rejected by her, that he failed to approach her and had lost her in the end; his ridiculous fears are stemmed from how completely perfect the narrator thinks she is. Even though the narrator was convinced that fate brought him to her, he over idealised the ‘perfect girl’, severing any chance of making his perfect romance
As her love faded a little I feel as though my love style could have slipped into “Mania”; Mania is an overwhelming love and results sometimes in the loss of one’s identity. I feel as though I fell in love really quickly and that during our relationship, I was too involved and came off as extremely needy. As I slipped into Mania, I was too invested in the relationship and would let it control my emotions. For this reason, I also questioned if my partner’s style became Ludus, or the style of love being a game that is played to control other people’s emotions. Looking back on our relationship, I wasn’t treated very well at all and I feel as though my partner just needed someone there and didn’t particularly care how she made me feel.