Later in the story she fights with Laurie on the grounds that at this point in her life, she is independent and feels as if she doesn’t need or want love whatsoever. As the two fight, she says, “I don’t [drive men crazy for fun]. I never wanted to make you care for me so, and I went away to keep you from it if I could” (Alcott 447). This is her mentality for quite a few years until she loses Beth and realizes she is lonely until being reunited with Mr. Bhaer and falling for him. Her lack of the need for love relates to her Person vs. Society conflict of being very boyish when she is supposed to be a proper young lady.
The reasoning behind her negative approach to live is not due to her economic problems, which seems to be the main concern for some characters such as her husband, but rather the fact that she cannot return Medvendenko’s love; “Your love touches me, but I can’t return it. That’s all.” (Chekov, 106) What Masha does not understand that is the fact that this unrequited passion that medvedenko expresses is not towards her but his passion for money and material goods. Masha’s lack of sympathy remains after the birth of her child. Her reluctant attitude towards Medvedenko is also seen towards their child. While visiting Sorin in is house Medvedenko imploringly asks Masha to leave with him as their child has been left alone to which she replies “Nonesense.
Ellen's decisions influence Newland's life, because of her denying him his will, she withdraws the life he dreamed of from him. Furthermore Newland married May Welland because Ellen told him to. Due to Ellen threatening to go back to her husband, if Newland contravened against their arrangement, she forces him to do nothing. Although Newland is unable to stay away her, she took away any temptation to act from him and with moving away to Europe she ceases any possibility of them being together as long as he is married to May. Ellen's influence on Newland is linked to his desire to be with her and on the other side not to be the reason for her unhappiness.
Elizabeth now realizes that she actually rather than just being friendly with him she now loves him. The letter made the two of them friends and now this pushes her over the edge to love him. The love, however is unknown by Darcy and he is still afraid that they will not be able to come together until Lady Catherine De Bourgh steps in and tells Elizabeth to stay away from Darcy and not accept his proposal. She essentially says that Elizabeth cannot accept the proposal because she is a lower social class and her family is too big of an embarrassment to have her marry Darcy. Darcy feels different and still loves Elizabeth and his only gives him hope that they still may love get
““Lou turned to his brother. “This is what comes of letting a woman meddle in business,” he said bitterly””. (105). Regardless of her success, they are not happy that she was given control over the land. This idea of men not being able to handle a woman’s success seems to be a recurring theme in this novel.
There are people out there who try so dang hard to get everything going the way they want to no matter what it is. Sometimes they try to hard and end up making it even worse for them. People who try way too hard to get things in control normally get angry because the bad things in there life isn't controlled by them and they can't change the outcome of what happens. For example if you were date a guy who you really like for awhile and you thought it was going to last then out of nowhere he said he needed to take a break from you and then a week later he said he needed space so he broke up with you and no you're all mad. So you text him over and over again trying to figure out what you did but in the long run it was nothing you did.
“The biggest crime of all was that… she remembered the sun… so, the children hated her… and her possible future” (Bradbury, 2). They felt that she had better opportunities awaiting her in the future and they took that as a reason to cause her harm. However, in “Jealous Guy”, the main character unintentionally hurts his wife because he loves her so much and was afraid to lose her. Lennon sings, “I began to lose control… You might not love me anymore… I 'm sorry that I made you cry… I didn 't want to hurt you”. He was subsequently regretful of what he had done and never intended for anything of the sort to occur.
Although, when Huck finds out that Jim has been taken he gets scared and writes a letter to Miss Watson to ask for help. He quickly realizes that this is not a good idea and tears up the letter. The widow Douglas previous teachings of prays have also had an affect, but Huck says, “All right then, I'll go to hell” to keep Jim safe. (Twain 215). Huck would never want to take away another man's freedom because he cherishes his own adventures.
During the latter half of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, the titular character seeing an opportunity to leave behind two con men he rushes back to his raft to inform his traveling companion and runaway slave Jim. Only to see that Jim was missing, being deep in pro slavery south he urgently began to look for him with no success. Huckleberry in a burst of emotion shouts “Someone stole my nigger!” even as he uses the derogatory word, Huck has shown throughout the story what he cares for Jim more than just a piece of property. Later, when he arrives at the Phelps farm with the intent to find and steal Jim back, is welcomed in my Mrs. Phelps. Believing Huckleberry to be her nephew, Tom Sawyer, sits him down in which this exchange occurs: “ ‘Don’t say yes’m-say Aunt Sally Where’d she get aground?’ ‘It warn’t the grounding-that didn’t keep us back but a little.
The impression we get of Matt’s mother is generally very negative. She shows little to no interest in her son, and when she does, it is mostly forced. She also barely shows him any kind of affection and she prioritizes her needs and her relationships with men over him. ‘’I liked to kid myself she would stop me if I didn’t sneak out of the house.’’ (P. 1, l. 10) Here it is very clear that Matt feels like this about his mother too. He is very aware of the fact that she does not care much about him, and he expresses that by mentioning that she probably would not care if he wandered off in the middle of the night with her being fully aware of it, which is very unusual since a considerate and loving mother would care.