The main character of the book is Betty Mahmoody. She is a loving mother and is remarried with Moody. If they are going to Iran for a holiday, he refused to allow them to leave. She never thought Moody would take her there against her will, because he had sworn by the Koran that they will return to the USA after two weeks and she believed him. Betty is a strong woman who keeps having faith that she and her daughter will escape Iran and can go back to the USA some day.
If the viewer is familiar with Hindu laws and tradition same sex relations in most context is forbidden and brings shame to the family. Radha shy’s away from it at first, but soon starts to be very involved in their relationship. They start to fall in love with each other over the length of the film. After Sita and Radha have sexual relations Sita’s non traditional views influence Radha’s way of viewing the world and her relationship to her husband Ashok. For in one instance Ashok tells Radha that Biji is hungry.
She gets Milton security to investigate who did it. Whereas the book Salander discovers it was an old classmate who was seeking revenge because she never paid attention to him. The biggest thing that was left out was, Figuerola 's love scene in the movie it did not exist. You never seen them even flirting or see any action going on between the two. I think that should had not been left out, because through the whole movie I thought he has strong feelings for Salander, but the reality is that there could have been something more
The dream of most women in the late nineteen twenties, early thirties, was to make it big in Hollywood and that in fact was Curley's Wife dream. The reason she said she isn't “used to livin’ like this” was because the men on the ranch thought it was trouble to even talked to her so it seemed like no one cared. When the man approached her about going with the show she felt wanted and could see her whole future ahead of her so now that she's seeing how it's really turned out, she's upset. No one notices what she could have
He provide his guests all of the luxury services. He eventually made it to the top class but still he haven’t reclaim Daisy Gatsby tries to invite Daisy to his house and to his party his bring up everything he has to Daisy. Until one day he confront to Tom that Daisy didn’t love Tom, told him that Daisy only married him because she waited Gatsby for so long and Gatsby wasn’t rich back then. “She only married you because I was poor and she was tired of waiting for me. It was a terrible mistake, but in her heart she never loved any one except me!” Daisy also said: “ I never loved him” which is Tom “ I loved him once--- but I loved you too.” “Daisy is leaving you” said Gatsby “She’s not leaving me” said Tom Eventually Tom said “You two start on home,Daisy,” “In Mr. Gatsby 's Car” As you can see, Tom actually really loved Daisy and so is Gatsby.
But, she was intimidated when Jules told her mom that she was playing for the girls’ soccer team as she gave a petrified look on her face. When Jess was about to give up on soccer to start participating in the traditional Indian customs to associate with her sister’s wedding, she was very displeased and uncomfortable. She did not complained about her dislikes, but it is very obvious that her non-verbal expressions shown everyone that she would rather be playing soccer. She sighed, does not make eye contact with her fellow groups and relatives, she even crossed her arms in a defensive way to avoid being communicating with them and stands far away since she isn’t feeling a strong connection to her ties of her families. It displays a one-to-few of communication techniques because Jules and Jess had an argument over their relationship with the coach named, Joe, since Jules told Jess that he was off-limits because Jules had her eyes on her but she was mistaken that Joe and Jess were kissing.
In this article, the author expresses her personal experience with respect to arranged marriages in India. The author notices so many differences with the tradition of her own country, as arranging marriage is not practiced in western societies, she finds herself in such a weird situation there. At the end of the day, she feels so curious about this issue; therefore, she researches and interviews many young people, as well as, observes the real ongoing circumstances related to marriage cases in order to identify why really Indian people choose this type of getting marriage. While Serena Nanda begins researching about arranging a marriage, initially she thinks that this kind of getting marriage is not the best practice. As she notes that people cannot get a happy marriage if they do not know each other enough, or if there are no mutual love relationships.
However, it took a shoddier turn, when her parents discovered their secret meetings. They dithered the secret relationship. Mindset of Janaki’s parents’ reflects conservative Indian parents who consider that pre-marital love as a social evil and it destroys younger generation. In addition to that, they believe love in young age is a great sin. Soon they shifted to Kerala to get her married to Suresh who was handpicked by them.
I wish you had guts, Papa, To smuggle eighty thousand watches at a stroke And I’d profoundly say, “My father‘s in import and export business you know.” I’d be proud of you then. (9) She is ready to have extra – marital affairs and asks her father not to worry about her pregnancy and instead she likes to kick her father and his father’s role model Jansi Rani. She is not for compromises and adjustments. But the tradition bound orthodox Indian society forces her to adapt certain codes which she hates. So the outer world is regarded as hostile.
The parents’ marital issues is also indicated by the oldest daughter Marla, who mentions Mr. and Mrs. Pichowsky, a married couple that “got a divorce last year and moved.”(p.4, l.89). Dawn knows about Mr. and Mrs. Pichowsky and the reader is introduced to her thoughts and fear of her parents getting a divorce, which prompts her to convince her younger sister, Janie to come along with them “To have one last visit with Dad.”(p.4, l.80). Similar to the problems between the mother and the father, the reader get the sense that Dawn’s relationship with her father is not the best, as it is evident that they have a difficult time connecting expressed by Dawn herself: “I didn’t want to be alone with Dad. (…)And he never knew what to talk about with me so it was uncomfortable(…).”(p. 4, l.90 &91-92). The structure of the short story adds to this theme because the reader gets suspicious of the tense relationship between daughter and father.