During this era men took pride in controlling women, this pride was shown through Petruchio and the other husbands. Without their wives knowing they made a bet of whose wife would win the challenge with money on the line, but Kate is the only one who shows up. Upon Kate coming Petruchio boasts, “...I will win my wager better yet and show more sign of her obedience, her new-built virtue and obedience.” (5.2.116-118) “Show more sign of her obedience,” makes is appear that Petruchio is showcasing Kate as the most obedient among all the wives. Some may disagree and claim that Kate’s actions are an act of loyalty and that she isn’t just being obedient but trusts Petruchio’s intentions since she didn’t question his request. However, instead of trust, it is fear that is fueling her obedience since she doesn’t want to be starved again
She has what he does not, and what he wishes for above all. His reasoning for being in love with her is that "Her voice is full of money", that endless charm. This trait of her's, the sound of money, is what drew him to her, but it was not all. Jay Gatsby's desire for Daisy arises not only from her great wealth, but more importantly from her status. He became aware of "Daisy, gleaming like silver, safe and proud above the hot struggles of the poor."
That is why having a good physical appearance has a big impact in attracting women Doubtless one of the most physical feature is having a symmetrical facial structure. It shows that the biological parents have good set of genes. The said feature is also acceptable, approachable and honest, so people with good looks tend to have more friends and maintain their jobs (Knapton). Height greatly affects the impression of a women most of them prefer men taller than them. According to Patrick Banks, author of “Find Attractive In Men?
He drank excessively, only the most superb drinks of course, or he served large amounts to large quantities of people. Gatsby, following his creator’s perspective of romanticism, was all about finding his love. Gatsby had a forbidden love named Daisy who was married, but this did not stop Gatsby from achieving what he wanted. He thrived off of his lust for her and her world of seduction that captivated him. Gatsby had a belief that he may win Daisy’s heart if he was able to possess wealth.
Big Business. He 's charming, intelligent and filthy rich, but what he wants most is to find someone who will love him for what he is, not the package he offers. When Melody Harper looks in the mirror, she sees an overweight, unhappy woman. She shed the weight, but she hasn 't been able to shed her insecurities and self-loathing. Her greatest desire is to find a man who will accept her for all that she is.
The Renaissance brought a restoration and resurrection of keenness, culture, craftsmanship, and social progression that was apparently just profitable to men. Ladies kept on being utilized as a part of society just for the advantages of men—as little girls who could conceivably help the family through a favorable marriage, or as spouses who dealt with the home and created youngsters to chip away at the ranch or to bear on a family name. The conduct of ladies was additionally a vital sign of the societal position and notoriety of their families. Ladies ' sexuality, especially among the tip top, was exceedingly controlled to guarantee modesty before marriage and the authenticity of beneficiaries after. On the off chance that a lady was blamed for having an unsanctioned romance it could later be asserted that her youngster was not a honest to goodness beneficiary to a legacy, or to the position of
Hurstwood, who is slightly older than Drouet, is a manager in a hotel with a higher position in his social circle, for he is well-dressed, humorous and sociable. By his persistence and diligence, he has won enough prestige and friends for his family and him. Like most of families at that time, his family also loses tolerance, consideration and care, which lays a foundation for the failure of his family. It is simplicity and beauty in Carrie that attract Hurstwood deeply. But, actually Hurstwood just treats her as a toy also, just like what Drouet does.
This shows Opal Fisk’s greediness. Geneva Birdsong was a classy woman. “...and if there was anything hinting of elegance or class that Geneva Waverly Birdsong might possibly need or want, her husband would buy it.” (Carr 74). Opal Fisk knew this and yet he chose to be wealthy instead of helping a child in
Jane Austen’s “Pride and prejudice” is a romantic novel that was considered between relationships and love between individuals. The novel pointed out why marriage is important to the majority of women during the 19th century. Austen revealed to the readers that love in marriage does exist during that time period. For instance, Charlotte Lucas marries an arrogant man for security due to the pressures of society placed on women in Austen’s era. George Wickham, known in the entire novel as a dishonorable man, married Lydia to ensure financial profit to him -self and Lydia agreeing to marry him knowing his background, but still decides to marry him.
Did you ever see her? A smart, stilish girl they say, but not handsome. I remember her aunt very well…she married a very wealthy man” (Austen 184). Willoughby despite loving Marianne marries Miss Gray for her money because of his financial state. Instead of love, money becomes a determiner for the choice of marriage, making it a commodity rather than a