The girl said her heart. "What you call sin, Headmistress, I call the great spirit of love which takes a thousand forms." Elisabeth von Bernburg said to Fräulein von Nordeck. The Headmistress said that Manuela dared said such terrible words and will be punished.
Think of your wretched sisters, loving virtue and purity, as they are driven into concubinage and are exposed to the unbridled lusts of incarnate devils” (2159). This is to put shame on the slaves for being a “patient people”, for allowing themselves to be in that situation in the first place. Be that as it may, Walker decidedly chooses to point out enslaved people as a whole are the primary victims of slavery, not just one over the other. While Garnet focuses in on gender to make a luring point, Walker prioritizes the role of white people in the brutalization of slaves. He spits out that slaves are “the most degraded, wretched, and abject set of beings that ever lived since the world began”, not as a ridicule of his people, but as a testimony toward the suffering and mental abuse slaves have had to live through
In addition to that I would be showing how Steinbeck creates tension by using Curleys Wife. Curley 's Wife is first shown as a dangerous desperate villain in the novella by Steinbeck. You can see this from the repetition of the word red. For example he says 'red mules ' , 'bouquets of red ostrich feathers ' , ' Her fingernails were red. ' This summarizes that Curley 's Wife is trying to look her best in front of the bunkmates to flirt with them by showing off her beauty.
Another colour is “yellow”, implying decay and rotting this particular colour is used connotatively by showing her mind and sanity. This makes the reader images the reality of Havisham’s life and rotting away like a dead animal and is fitty, even her body, mind and emotions. In addition, Duffy used colour “Puce”, the Brownish purple colour, which is used to describe her darkness and hurt by his husband. This makes the reader to think of blood and position, wants her fiance to die in poison. Last phrase is ‘red balloon’, which represents her heart that is fragile that breaks easily and colour ‘red’ usually symbolizes fear and anger, which is the current state that Havisham is in.
Tragically, Emma Bovary was a woman who convicted the most sinful sin that is of infidelity. Emma cheated on her husband, she was an adultress. This sin had to be corrected. Later on Emma gets what she deserved, she was held accountable for her wrong doings by the cycle of Karma and got her ordeal depending upon the setting created by the author in the novel. At that point the remedy takes after, the character gets her discipline contingent upon the individual condition made by the creator.
The famous opening scene of violence in which the novel begins, is with John Reed’s attack on Jane, and Jane’s counter-attack, associated with the moment of rebellion as well the autonomy with the dispute and confinement in the red-room. Jane displays and puts up a courageous defiance to Mr. Brocklehurst, as being the answer to his question about where “evil” children are being sent off after their death. The scene, especially if we were to put it into context with the later part of the novel, emphasizes her power of will to stand up to a man, based on her beliefs. The violence in turn, has led her life to Lowood which provide her with a supportive environment to express herself and her beliefs. In the figures of Ms. Temple as well as to Helen Burns, Jane finds the relief she is looking for and the ability of discovering herself.
She is my friend as well as an advisor. If I do something wrong, she will not hesitate to correct me in order to prevent me from making the same mistakes again. She has a kindly heart to tolerate my mistakes and gives me endless love but ask for nothing in return. I learn a lot from her working attitude. She said ”never to give up” .Because she has her special ways on doing everything, I always believe that she is the most unique and incredible woman in the world It is believed that destiny brings us opportunity to meet different kinds of people.
Both writers subvert traditionally masculine symbols to convey the idea of retribution with Hardy employing a motif of blood to signify Tess’ pastoral sexuality, and Ibsen using a motif of pistols to embody Hedda’s masculinity. The image of Tess spilling blood disposes conventional notions of a demure Victorian housewife. Yet, Hardy attests that her overstepping of propriety is a reaction to patriarchal oppression rather than a manifestation of female madness. Alec is sketched as “the blood-red ray in the spectrum of her [Tess’] young life”, an admonition for the defenceless Tess, who bleeds twice due to Alec, demonstrating female powerlessness under male callousness. First, the “thorns” of Alec’s roses “accidentally pricked her chin”, forecasting the second time she bleeds
Sequentially a thorough examination of the Plath 's poem "Daddy" paints a different picture by stripping away the urbane façade, she reveals the social restrictions on females. Plath 's combative systems of metaphors in "Daddy" offers a more picturesque view of the means by which power can transpire. Plath appropriates that power for herself, by becoming the attacker who terrifies, who imposes himself upon other. She no longer hides because she no longer has to she shed the femininity which threatened to undermine her. Her reversing the metaphorical expectations and writes a poem that not only overwhelming compelling but also
All are aware of Draupadi in the Mahabharata. She was successful in winning back the liberty of her subjugated spouses. She was saluted by Karna, as being 'one of the world 's most renowned and beautiful women ' to have finished such an undertaking. She kept her spouses from suffocating in an ocean of distresses. She was a life-saviour.