Notice/attend to hearer wants Roekmini implemented this strategy twice, one of rhe example is when she nd Kardinah are arguing about marriage, both she and Kardinah really hate if the woman need to marry, and Roekmini notice/attend to Kardinah’s wants by saying that she is sure if woman no need to marry, Roekmini express if she agree with Kardinah. 2. Give gifts to H Roekmini also implimented this strategy only once, when she give a compliment to Kartini for her letter, Roekmini directly stated that Kartini’s letter is great. Roekmini expressed symphaty or compliment to Kartini to motivate Kartini to continue writting a
Have you ever been in a past relationship and started a new one only to realize you have been comparing the two? You may realize that you desire the past spark that the present does not have. In Zora Neale Hurston's novel, Their Eyes Were Watching God, she utilizes juxtaposition to discreetly invite the audience to compare two scenes; whether it be Janie’s reactions to events, Janie’s outlook on a goal or fantasy versus someone else's, or how Janie is treated by her spouse. One of the juxtapositions Hurston includes in her novel is presented after the death of Janie’s second husband, compared to the death of Janie’s final husband. Any individual knowing Janie would idealize a grand funeral and a truly sorrowful widow to the death of her prosperous and well-known
Atheism is just another form of religion seeking answers to the meaning of life, death and whether or not life exists beyond the grave. This was evident in the words, “Man is nothing but that which he makes of himself”. While he believed that physical death is the complete and final end of life, the chaplain held on the religious teachings of life after death. Meursault was more focussed on himself and his environment more so than he was on society and human emotions Again, this reinforced his beliefs that life is just a fleeting moment and no regard is needed to focus on the meaning of death. In the courthouse, the crucifix that was waved at him also opposed his view of absurdity of human life and had him publicly denouncing Christianity through his word, "Then God can help you," he said.
A common reader may take Debi Dayal’s sister Sundari, as “a ruthless woman who holds nothing sacred and is half in love with her own brother” (Back Cover Page). But, this may not be the totality of Sundari’s character. She is boldly sensitive, bravely desperate, yet acutely modern in her humanist thinking. However, she cannot concede the so called flimsy system of marriage, as an institution in Indian society. She asks, “Marriage?
This occurred when Mary was able to decide who she would like to marry instead of having her parents arrange a marriage for her. Mary was able to choose John Noyes to become her first husband. “John’s parents made no objection; on the contrary, they were eager for the marriage to take place before another winter came down. Mary’s parents responded with markedly less enthusiasm” . One can tell by the reaction of Mary’s parents that they respected her opinion on who she wanted to marry however did not fully like the idea of who she was marrying.
While she diligently works on the easel, Mrs Ramsay tries to convince her to get married. Lily replies that “she liked to be alone; she liked to be herself; she was not made for that” (Part 1, Chapter 9). As much as she adores Mrs Ramsay, Lily rejects her notion of the conventional Woman to find a husband and have children. Yet, her defiance is not
No matter the strong pull of love though, Meursault escapes its grasps though his lack of empathy and basic human connections. This ideology is shared by those around Meursault: such as how Salamano lost his wife and “He hadn’t been happy with his wife, but he’d pretty much gotten used to her (1.5.44).” Meursault knows that love is only temporary and knows that love means nothing in life and cannot change anything: “That evening Marie came by to see me and asked me if I wanted to marry her. I said it didn’t make any difference to me and that we could if she wanted to (1.5.44).” He does accept that love is something tangible but understands that there is no significance to it, how it has no reason, and is not required for living. So, therefore, why should he care about this emotion if it serves no evolutionary purpose to help us thrive and grow in the universe? Like Meursault, the Universe is unforgiving and ignores feeling to continue the circle of
She would not use it. She continued to call her Joy to which the girl responded but in a purely mechanical way.” (O’Connor 222) The chasm between Hulga and her mother made Hulga to withdraw from establishing a good meaningful family relationship with her mother, and end up attached to a guy, Manley Pointer, really quickly later. Manley Pointer, the guy with important role as his name implies that he is going to “point” out something to change Hulga’s
“God must work through other people. He does not act in a vacuum or in a corner. People are wrong when they ask, ‘Where was God?’ The question really should be, ‘Where were the people who should have been there to help?’” 6 I had so many friends to help me. My decision to hide my condition from them only delayed all the support, concern, and love they continue to show me. Not only will I be forever grateful to all of them, I also learned a very valuable lesson I will never
Austen describes Charlotte’s view on marriage,“Without thinking highly of either men or marrying, marriage had always been her object; it was the only provision for a well- educated young women of a small fortune, and however uncertain of giving happiness, must be their pleasant preservative from want” (Austen 74), In this passage the author clearly tells the reader what Charlotte’s actual reason for marriage is and gives the reader an insight into how some women thought during the time of the novel. The insight given is that Charlotte does not care at all about marriage in a relationship sense but more in a practical and necessary way to maintain wealth and a stable life. Looking at the passage and also looking at its context as it relates to the events carried out in the novel, the reader can see that their marriage really isn’t about love at all. Mr.