Psychopath are fearless and dominance which means that they are charming and a risk taker pair with the lack of anxiety they have no fear about getting rejected. II) ‘Sexual Behavior in Psychopathy’ a) Psychopath will tend to engage multiple relationships which are usually short term i) They don 't love sex but actually they love the powerful feeling they get which boost their egos when they engage in multiple partners. ii) Psychopath has many sexual partners because they can gain access to them at their most vulnerable and take advantage of them. iii) Psychopath also tend to have parasitic lifestyle meaning that they leech off others to make a living due to having low motivation and no self-discipline (Persaud et al,
This aids the lack of empathy that Stanley has towards her. Stanley is always questionable about her situation and does not get “swindled” by her methods of seduction or her lies. This resilience to Blanche allows Stanley to remain the “king around here”. During a majority of the play, Blanche attempts to break Stanley’s resilience to her slutty character by flirting with him. Stanley only once breaks this resilience of her sexual tendencies by raping her.
Blanche feels the need to be appreciated by men at all time and seeks attention when she does not receive it, especially from Mitch. “She dupes him regarding her age and declares herself younger to Stella, tries to fool him regarding her drinking habits, avoid going out with him until after dark and manages to avoid being seen in direct bulb-light!”(Kararia 24). Blanche is portrayed as a liar and attention seeker who wants to be showered with compliments from Mitch. She tries to fool and flirt with Mitch so she can secure her future with him. “She sees in Mitch an opportunity to prove her allure and score an easy sexual conquest.”(Kataria 24).
The book is threaded with profound themes and wise characters that embody behavioral facets of youth. The topics of love, society’s reaction to change, and individuality versus conformity, are ways that the author demonstrates both the scathing and appealing aspects of being an adolescent. Firstly, love is intricate and convoluted, nevertheless, it is described as the most beautiful feeling and experience. Throughout Jerry Spinelli’s novel, readers are exposed to both positive and negative aspects of love. Transition Stargirl, one of the main protagonists of the novel, is pressured by her boyfriend Leo, to become like everyone else.
He believes that girls are fascinating, yet, objectifies them. To illustrate, when Holden meets a prostitute, he “kept hoping she’d be good-looking” (TRC, 101), still, “sort of just wanted to get it over with” (TRC, 101,102). However, Holden relates well with children, and it may be because they are innocent, and does not sexualize them. Holden sees a boy who sings “If a body catch a body coming through the rye” (TRC, X) and that makes Holden “feel better” and “not so depressed anymore” (TRC, 125). The song (mistaken) gives him direction.
Prick love for pricking, and you beat love down.”(act 1, scene 4, lines 27&28)This quote shows how young men be harsh with you, so when you are in a relationship you are ready to get hurt because boys are still not mature enough. Dezma Grainer’s article “Getting a grasp on teenage ‘love’ can be complicated” states how teenagers think love is easy and how they think it’s true love. Teens often think they are in love because of social media and movies that influence teenagers. “As far as many teenagers are concerned, love always seems to be in the air. But is isn’t really love?
He is discriminating, as shown by his assigning nicknames based on the “visuals” and how he makes inappropriate remarks to the women examinees. He’s narcissistic, according to Dark, and takes advantage of people whenever he feels like it. He is not afraid to hurt anyone if it means getting what he wants. Unlike Brown, he does not think of the consequences of his actions. His impatience led to his undoing, as seen when he quickly bragged about him winning while the time is not yet up.
An example of dramatic wit is portrayed when the reader is able to observe a change in Mr. Darcy’s feelings towards Elizabeth, while Elizabeth was not attentive to these progressions. Observing the first interaction between Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth, the reader can see the initial contempt between the two parties. “She is tolerable; but not handsome enough to tempt me; and I am in no humour at present to give consequence to young ladies who are slighted by other men” (pg. 13). With this initial interaction the reader as well as Elizabeth can perceive the disapproval that Mr. Darcy originally holds.
Though he seems very much attached to Rosaline, he soon becomes infatuated with a 13 year old Juliet, his sworn enemy. It makes you wonder if he felt different types of love for the two ladies in his life - For Rosaline, Eros love, or erotic love; and for Juliet, Agape love, or Unconditional “God” love. Romeo’s love for Juliet is innocent and sweet compared to his love for Rosaline, who he is only physically and sexually attracted to. It is also possible that he took into account their families, what type of attraction he was feeling, or their ages. Did Romeo feel that Rosaline was less of a challenge, seeing as she was not part of a main family, whereas Juliet would serve as a challenge, coming from the House of Capulet?
I do not consider Iago a kind of male witch because he does not do the dirty work himself. He doesn’t “do” evil instead he takes self-gratification in being evil. (Evans 4). He works behind the scene pushing and infuriating Othello with jealousy then hides innocently. He plots and uses schemes to advance in his own desires.