She does not want to be hurt like she saw her father hurt her mother. However, at the same time, she also romanticizes about men and wants to be swept off her feet and get married, which according to Dr. Nielsen is normal. She explains, “A poorly fathered daughter is often unaware of her tendencies because they are all she knows. She is often too clingy, dependent and jealous” (Nielsen). Mate’s clinginess is revealed when she romanticizes about men and obsesses over them.
Edna is married to Leoncé Pontellier, who she married to get away from her family and be free. She states, at one point in the novel, that she likes how Leoncé is obsessed with her but that she doesn't really love him the way she should and the way Leoncé loves her. Furthermore, Leoncé cares about his
Hatsue and Ishmael would meet in the cedar woods so that they could be together and not face disapproval from society. However, Hatsue felt guilty for going against her family 's beliefs and viewed her love for Ishmael as evil. Hatsue cut all ties with Ishmael, leaving him brokenhearted. After fighting in World War II and having various romantic relationships, Ishmael still loved Hatsue. Even at the trial, Hatsue and Ishmael had feelings for each other.
Janie got together with Logan for her grandmother 's wishes. Her grandmother was slowly dieing and she wanted janie to be with logan so she knows that when she leaves this earth janie will be okay.This then caused janie to feel some type of guilt due to her dying grandmother 's last wishes. Logan would also treat janie horribly and do things that were uncalled for. Janie letter ten divorced logan. While on the other hand, janie 's seconds marriage was to a man named Jody, she had gotten together with him because he had emphasized to janie that he would treat her way better that Logan was previously treating her like.
He does not want to be judged because of his actions. In the play Proctor had an affair with Abigail Williams. He knows it was wrong and he regrets it, but he can not take it back and he does not want to be judged for it. This was a big part in the play and so I felt that it had some insight into Proctor’s life. Abigail Williams lies a lot in this play and she gets the other young girl girls that were caught in the forest to lie with her.
In Mulan movie they also had a funny part, when Mulan came home from the war and her grandmother said you should 've brought a man with you not a sword. So next time, if a teenager wants to go watch a movie, they should watch a movie like Mulan because she is not easily influenced by others, she make sacrifices for others and she also make
He would find them because they were hitchhiking and this was a comfortable place for him. The women would college students because his mother would say that he did not deserve these types of women, that they were too good for him (interview 1991). Ed describes the urges to kill would come in a rage state with strong emotions. These emotions would be either very positive or very negative, depending on what started them. Most of the time, the rages were triggered by fights with his mother.
In the beginning of the book Peeta tried to help Katniss in many ways. He told people that he was in love with her to help her get sponsors. Also, at the beginning of the games Peeta shook his head to Katniss telling her not to go the the supply area to try to save her from the blood bath. While the games went on Peeta had teamed up with career tribute. He had did this because he was trying to keep the career tributes away from Katniss.
Not only did she lose her brother, she is being separated from her mother and is being taken in by another family. “Possibly the only good to come out of these nightmares was that it brought Hans Hubermann, her new papa, into the room, to soothe her, to love her.” ( Markus Zusak Page 36 ). Also due to her stealing or in her mind collecting books, she really needed some reassuring that everything would be okay and nothing would happen to her as long as she looked out for Max. “He gave her a list of consequences, if you tell anyone about the man…” ( Markus Zusak Page 203 ). Ths shows how they want everyone to lookout for eachother and they are applying fear to make sure that happens but with love.
He was very sad and hid it but by then Curely’s wife had entered and had seen what he was hiding. They both had a little chat about themselves, and she told him how she was going to be a star in Hollywood. Lennie told her that he liked soft things, then she said her hair was soft so he touched it, but Lennie did not stop so he picked her and broke her neck in fear. Then he left and ran into the woods where George told him to go if he got in trouble.
Scrooge left her and he did not attempt to reconcile their relationship. Greed blinded Scrooge because, it replaced not only his compassion but also the most important part of his life; his beloved sweetheart it caused him to only care about the money or dowry which caused him to leave her. This event also proves that the theme is that greed causes us to lose our humanity and our compassions.
In Scene 1, Marilla states that “She would never dream of taking in a girl!” When Marilla discovered that her brother, Matthew, had brought in a girl. Marilla originally return the girl in exchange for a boy. But later on in the act, she ends up developing a passion for Anne after she tells the story about how she ended up where she is now. I think Marilla develops a passion for the girl because she felt sorry for the girl. After she told the story, I believe Marilla views the girl in an entire different way than she did before.
I can 't help what 's past.’ She began to sob helplessly. ‘I did love him once – but I loved you too.’” (Fitzgerald 132). This quote shows how she feels for both men, and she cannot say that she didn’t love him, because it wouldn’t be true. Her conflicting feelings portray the theme of love throughout the
Steinbeck writes, “if anyone […] treated her like a person, she would be a slave to that person.” Lennie showed her kindness, so she satisfied him by letting him touch her dress. She died for innocent reasons allowing the reader to separate themselves from the lens the book is written through, letting them see her for who she is. They recognise the microcosm of society on the ranch and social injustices women were plagued with. For many readers this is too late to adjust their mindset of her because they haven’t