When fighting Satan, instead of using a reasonable explanation that makes sense to him, Ransom should have used the Bible. Ransom should have made the Lady understand that she should obey Maleldil because she loves Him, to disobey Him is to hate and distrust Him. To obey Him is to love and trust Him. Ransom did not use it and so could not defend the Lady properly. Only till he acts and attacks the Un-man does he fulfill his role as Kinsman
First complication she encountered was George acting strange because the thought of war made him into a stranger that the man she once loved will be change and what was going on in George’s mind was his duty he has to give to his country and Edithas love. But still she manipulated him still into doing things her way and promising her that he will never drink again “Promise me,” she commanded that you’ll never teach it again!”(Howells 381) “You don’t belong to your country, and you have a sacred charge to keep yourself strong and well for your country sake” (Howells 381) Georges death surprises her; never in her mind did it cross her mind that her loved one could die. But she remembered her duty that George had told her before he was sent off to war “If anything happens to me I want you to help my mother out “ (Howells 382) As she meet Mr. and Mrs. Gearson they scolded her for sending George away. Editha ideals of war were different from George’s because of her George is dead. Because he loves her enough to sacrifice his well-being for
Also, when he states “Ah, upon another face perhaps it might, but never yours,” he is telling her that he thought her face was perfect without it, and that an unperfect face would look good with it. By telling his wife that she is not beautiful because of a birthmark, he is showing that he has authority over his wife’s life because her life affects him, depicting that he has complete control in their relationship. Armand also has a negative reaction towards Désirée. Désirée had just given birth to their son, and when both Armand and Désirée realize one of them is not fully white, because their son is not white, Armand explains, ““It means,” he answered lightly, “that the child is not white; it means that you are not white”” (Chopin, 3, Introduction).
All Lady Capulet can say to her, as her father approaches is "Here comes your father, tell him so yourself” (III. V. 124). This shows that she does not want anything to do with what her daughter feels and what makes her happy, for she is only thinking about herself and her respect of the family name. Lord Capulet, father of Juliet Capulet is to blame because of the grudge between himself and the lord of the other family. If they had been civil beings and sorted out their problems, Romeo and Juliet could have been married without the sneaking around and be happy with the support of their families.
Tell the children I have gone to visit someone sick” (Miller 83) and left. Clearly, Proctor’s action and attitude considered as rebellion from society and authority, where he had ripped out a warrant from court to deliver the message of “my wife will not go to court for a crime that she didn’t committed”. Although Proctor had illustrated his manhood to protect his wife by challenge the authority, but his voice was powerless compare with court authority. Therefore, Elizabeth in compliance with the authority figures because she was responsible to obey rules and laws as citizens. Further, her fear disclosed the power of individual in Puritan society, since her family’s voice was unheard and ignore, and she cannot defend herself from crime.
Even at the very start of the story we get a hint of entitlement from the Remenzels. This is mainly due to the comments from the mother about Eli. She claims multiple times that Eli should get special treatment due to who he is. She mainly does this to annoy the father and somewhat agrees when he tells her no
It would be arduous knowing you didn’t commit the crime, but still having to pay for it due to blatant racism in today’s society while knowing that there is almost no chance for the court to accept the plea. So in some ways, having Alexandra here to take care of the kids is a good thing. Although she doesn’t agree with me defending Tom, she still understands why I’m doing it. I just hope that Jem and Scout have grown enough to the point where they understand why. I’ve always tried to keep some things about myself from them.
Precious is illiterate, but she knew not to act like her mother because that’s not how she wanted to be . Precious not being as deviant as her mother displays fault in the theory because Precious’s actions are opposite of what the theory stated. Growing up not feeling love showed Precious that she didn’t want to act like her mother . The years of being mistreated Precious display courage and bravery when it comes to the health of her kids. Mary’s and Precious’s father both had broken the law, yet Precious knows what they did isn’t correct.
(2.1.245-249) Here, Helena is pointing out that although it isn’t socially acceptable for women when it comes to love, she really doesn’t care. By doing this, Helena reveals the double standard when it comes to men and women. She also raises an interesting question. Why is it OK for women to “fight for love”, but it isn’t OK for women to do the same?
What Mademoiselle Reisz is saying to Edna is that she needs to be the type of woman that defies what people say and doesn’t care what others think. Obviously she does not think she can be a great artist because she is married to her husband and is expected to listen to him. Edna takes it as a challenge and throughout the story she acts as an independent person to prove to Mademoiselle Reisz that she is
Nora feared that Krogstad would expose everything and that their family would come undone. Contrary to her expectation, Torvald behaved like a hypocrite concerned more with societies idea of morality and a notion of social prestige, not with his wife 's welfare and care. He came out in his true colors. Nora realized that her husband didn 't see her as an individual. She wanted to dissolve her ties with him by abandoning him and the children.
All because my father wasn’t there to show me how a man should treat a woman. He was my first example. He should of been there so i know how to love and be treated right. My oldest brother was my father.
In order to be defined as a leader, one must be loyal, decisive and able to take the initiative. According to this definition, Odysseus does not fit the profile of a leader. For example, he is loyal to neither his wife nor crew. When Odysseus visited Circe, he disregarded his marriage to Penelope. By engaging in intercourse, he violated the trust of his wife while she remained loyal, despite the urges from the suitors.
‘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 anyone except me!’” (Fitzgerald 130). Gatsby continues to use words that convey possession. He expresses that Daisy “never loved” her husband Tom as if Gatsby knows this for certain.
The grandmother insincerely calls the misfit a good man because she simply would do anything to survive, even if that means lying. She does it because she doesn’t care about anyone but herself. She completely disregards her own son 's life in favor of her own. The Grandmother in "A good Man is Hard to Find seems to only care about herself. She constantly portrays herself as a saint and points out that nobody can measure to her standards.