Which possibly could have turned the entire case around she chose to stay quiet and comply with what everyone was telling her. Mayella was was just a poor girl who had never been to school a day in her life and suffered so much abuse from her father, she didn’t give herself the opportunity to be powerful. In a time of oppression and depression Mayella standing up would have been a monumental change but she never seized it and took advantage, she let everyone else take advantage of
The Loneliness of Curley’s Wife In the book “Of Mice and Men” John Steinbeck displays several themes and truly captures the characters dreams, life goals, and loneliness. Steinbeck introduces an interesting character whom he never gives a name and uses her to show that she 's not an authoritative figure but most of all an isolated character. She is flirtatious and doesn 't like or respect his husband as he doesn 't respect her. Given this, Curley 's wife is the loneliest character because she is the only girl on the ranch, is avoided by all the ranchers and dresses nicely to impress and catch people 's attention. Curley’s wife is the only women on the ranch.
After a long pause he explained, without looking at me, she was very close to your mother. She says your mother was her only friend and now she hasn’t got any one” [Camus10-11]. After Maman’s death had happened, one of her closest friends came and grieved and cried a lot for her and misses her a lot, while Meursault is just sitting there being quiet having no emotion for his mother’s death. The caretaker explains the woman’s grief to Meursault and in his thoughts, he feels that there is no need for the clarification because he is irritated by the
34). Saru's first act of defiance is seen in her intention to join medical college against her mother's wishes. There is a silent antagonism between the two as Saru refuses even to talk to her mother,” I'm not talking to you I'm not asking you for anything I know what your answer will be No. forever a 'no' to anything I want You don't want me to have anything, you don't want me to do anything You don't even want me to live” (DH. 51).
And after his death she demanded his wife to return any and all confidential Theranos property. She so much fell in love with her idea that she could not see the obstacles and faults. When she saw that the reality was not how she dreamt of (and when it was too late to make an action) she kept all inside and did not inform shareholders. Because of this at the end she had to deal with series of lawsuits. Board consisted of directors with military and diplomatic backgrounds.
“You 're a bad girl, Mattie Silver, and I always known it. It 's the way your father begun, and I was warned of it when I took you, and I tried to keep my things where you couldn 't get at 'em-and now you 've took from me the one I cared for most of all-” (Wharton 65). Mattie played out a fantasy of her taking Zeena’s place as Ethan’s wife. When Mattie broke the pickle-dish, Ethan kept it a secret so his love wouldn’t get in trouble. “You can’t put her out of the house like a thief- a poor girl without friends or money.
In the movie, she is portrayed as the villain. The end of the film reveals a disgraceful seen when Martin Sixsmith confronts Hildegard about the refusal to reunite Philomena to her son, sister Hildegard response to his question, ‘Let me tell you something. I have kept my vow of chastity my whole life. Self-denial and mortification of the flesh; that 's what brings us closer to God. Those girls have nobody to blame but themselves and their own carnal incompetence.
It is notable that in this poem, their relationship isn’t characterized by any direct interaction but only her own perception, watching and imitating Daddy from a distance. Thus, there’s a sense of distance, of incompatibility, and a feeling of something lacking in their relationship that torments the speaker. The poem describe her final effort to detach herself from this struggle, which predicts her death. With admiration, fear, dominance, and distance, the relationship between the speaker of Daddy and her father could be like every other family of the twentieth century. However, her father’s abrupt death has revealed its detrimental flaws by leaving her with a lack of an independent personality and decades of mental suffering.
Even she never dared to speak against the marriage of her husband and silently accepted the situation as she fails to give him a child. Tara, Jeeja’s grand-daughter is married off at the age considered suitable by her parents, not caring to know enough about the other particulars of the boy who is like any other man. Same is the case of Vimala, Mohan’s sister, when she was diagnosed with ovarian tumor she was neglected by her husband and due to lack of attention she bleeds herself to death in silence. In the complex Indian society because of the suppression of patriarchal society women had undergone transformations because of modernization. 3.
You know I refuse to wear dresses, especially ones made by workers who you don’t pay.” She replied snarkily, staring her father in the eyes. “We’ve made a deal. You are to be married.” He said and Cecelia’s slight smirk fell off her face. “I don’t want to be married, I’m barely old and have no interest in marrying a man I’ve never met.” She said and her father put a hand over his face. “Cecelia, maybe you could-” Marlisa, Cecelia’s step-mother started, but Cecelia cut her off.