Juliet’s relationship with her dad is slim to none and has Mr. Capulet guessing what she is like and he makes all decisions for her without even knowing what's going on in her life. Mr. Capulet is the most responsible for Romeo and Juliet’s death because he didn't respect Juliet’s thoughts , he was selfish, and he kept the feud going between the families. Social status. That's all Mr. Capulet was thinking about when he arranged the marriage between Juliet and Paris. When the two families were on good terms with the Prince Mr. Capulet thought “She hath not seen the change of fourteen years, Let two more summers wither in their pride, pass by Ere we may think her ripe to be a bride.” When the Prince is
Nick is just a normal man living in the lavish area of Long Island surrounded by mansions of the newly rich. The main character Jay Gatsby is neighbors with Nick, and lives across the bay from Daisy Buchanan which is no coincidence. Jay lives his entire life trying to win back the love of his life Daisy. F. Scott Fitzgerald portrays Jay Gatsby as a man who is obsessive with love and will dedicate his life to his obsession. Jay is charming yet mysterious, he throws lavish parties with hundreds of people yet no one has ever seen Gatsby.
In John Grisham’s incredible novel Bleachers the inspiring man Eddie Rake acts as a great man by helping make Messina into a great place in order to create success for the entire town.The school and community develop into known places because of the great man Eddie Rake bringing the entire town together on Friday nights. Lives of his players transform completely from the wise words and actions from their great coach, Eddie Rake. Eddie Rake manages to touch each and every one of his players in different ways through his teachings and doings proving his greatness. Eddie Rake loves all his players and shows love towards Neely Crenshaw by visiting him in the hospital after his career ending injury. To explain further, no one who does not love their players would coach for as long as the great man Eddie Rake did and go and see a player while they lie in the hospital hurt.
Comparatively, Jim is constantly disliked because of his race. When Jim runs away, there is a reward to find him and others are determined to find him for the money. Also, after Jim helps the doctor, he explains to the men at Aunt Sally’s house that a slave helped him and should be worth a thousand dollars, even after he did a superior task. However, Jim is not discerned as Christ-like figure because he superstitious, such as when he knows it is going to rain when birds fly by.
The Devil told Tom about how he could receive money that Kidd the Pirate buried in the swamp. Tom went home to discuss with his wife about the money, but he refused to bargain with the Devil just to make her happy. His wife was so greedy that she set off to deal with the Devil herself. Tom waited days, but never saw her again.This made Tom very happy and he felt that the Devil had done him a favor, so he decided that he would make the deal after all. He wanted to earn the money being employed by the Devil, so he became a broker that would charge insane amounts of money.
“We both hated each other’s guts by that time. You could see there wasn’t any sense in trying to have an intelligent conversation”. Intelligent conversation isn’t the only thing Holden wants, nor is loneliness the only emotion he’s feeling. Holden meets up with his brother’s ex-girlfriend, Lillian Simmons, at a bar with her new boyfriend early on in the story. Despite the fact that Lillian invites Holden to sit with them at a table, granting the prospect of conversation he desires, he refuses her offer.
He describes the childhood friend of Sonny as being “high and raggy” and smelling “funky,” and later a woman as having a “battered face” and being a “semi-whore” (68-69). These vivid character descriptions sharply contrast the strong lack of environmental descriptions found at the beginning of the story. These environmental descriptions are not yet found because Sonny has not yet come back to the city. Since the environment is used as a tool for describing the relationship between the brothers, it can not be described fully until the relationship is at play. As soon as the narrator is reunited with Sonny, he begins to fully describe his surroundings.
The another conflict is John's lack of communication, timing he spent with his wife to have fun and lack of passion that Ann wants. Ann wasn't satisfy by her husband, she state how John never have fun, instead he let Steven dance with her. Ann face various stages of her conflict of outside and inside from environment she live in, which it leads character's downfall. Ann goes various stages of internal and external conflict, the first she experience is loneliness and lack of commutation from John. in her mind she compare her husband with Steven and imagine what would life like with Steven.
Even though Rose is a great wife to Troy, he still is so discontent with his life that he cheats on her. Troy tells Rose on page 69, "It ain't about nobody being a better woman or nothing. Rose, you ain't the blame. A man couldn't ask for no woman to be a better wife than you've been" (Wilson, 1986). This shows that Troy was fortunate enough to have Rose as his wife, but he was so unhappy with his life he found someone else to be with and love.
Curly bursts into the bunkhouse looking for his wife, he notices Slim isn’t there and immediately jumps to the conclusion that Slim is with his wife. George, who was silently minding his own business finally asks what everyone else was thinking; “‘Thinks Slim’s with his wife don’t he?’” (Steinbeck 54). Curley is so overly protective of his wife that the only person she can talk to is Curley. Curley’s wife tries to talk to everyone but they all turn her away because they are worried that Curly will hurt them. When Curley's wife tries to talk to Lennie he refuses to speak to her, and she says “‘Why can’t I talk to you?