A thorough analysis of The Greats Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, demonstrate a woman named Daisy is pressured to act according to the current era ethics. Daisy is portrayed as an ideal woman from a quick glance, however she is far from the current norm and she contains flaws that do not come from the mold a woman is expected to be shaped from in the modern era. It becomes conspicuous in a statement from Gatsby that Daisy priorities wealth over love. “’She never loved you, do you hear?’ he cried. ‘She only married you because I was poor and she was tired of waiting for me.” (pg.
Juliet’s gender is what forces her to be dependent on others and their decisions, which will eventually lead to her death. In this time period, there was a mentality that existed where a woman was made more honorable or a better person just by having a husband. When Juliet was hesitant to even think of being married to Paris, her mother and nurse were surprised. It was unheard of to be a woman and not want to be married. This is shown when the nurse and Lady Capulet tell Juliet “By having him, making yourself no less.” “No less?
Linde sacrificed what she really wanted in order to support her family as Nora sacrificed her individuality to comply with society’s standards. a. Mrs. Linde questions the idea of duty and self-sacrifice by stating how although she needed to marry a man whom she did not love to support her family, she now knows she has the right to her own happiness. Rather than sacrifice her individuality once again, she chooses to be with her true love because “…a woman who has sold herself for another’s sake doesn’t do it a second time” (54). At the end of the play, Ibsen displays society’s reaction to the idea of a woman leaving her family through Torvald. Torvald believes that a woman’s purpose for living is to serve her husband and children rather than be her own person.
In both Confetti Girl and Tortilla Sun, both narrators clearly have points of views different from their parents. In both, the narrators oppose their parents for being selfish, choosing their professional careers over their children. They put work above family, neglecting the desires and needs of their daughters. Both daughters are desperately yearning to be close to their parents. In Confetti Girl, the narrator wants her dad to listen to her, while he would rather focus on his teaching profession.
Not that she loved Daisy less, but that she--had doubts.” Assuming Loretta was incapable making a decision between running away from an unbearable relationship with Billy and the boundless love towards her older sister Daisy. Thus, interpreting the female gender ideology regarding women’s capability to be a role model within ”A Wicked Woman”. However, the ideology works against men when analyzing men’s potential of leading only with logic in the short story. In detail, the narrator describes the sudden conclusion Edward announces: "Loretta, I (Edward) am a fool. I mean it.
As Vivie challenge her mother, Mrs. Warren has trouble accepting Vivie’s opinion. For that reason, vivid compares herself to a poor women to demonstrate that, “Everybody has some choice, mother” (Shaw 1804). Vivie wants the choice to seek out a job to benefit herself instead her mother. Thus, Vivie challenges the female role through her behaviour when she tells her mother “I don 't want to be worthless” (Shaw 1827). She ultimately wants to have a purpose in society instead of others seeing her an object through her appearance.
These falters in beauty result in Lady Audley being stripped of her agency and institutionalized. Had it not been for Lady Audley’s failure to maintain a constant state of beauty through self-serving behaviors, Alicia would not have been able to regain her position as head of her father’s estate. In an adverse way, Lady Audley sought to eliminate Alicia as competition for Sir Michael’s affection by turning him against Alicia to the point that he “had grown to look upon his daughter as a somewhat wilful and capricious young person who had behaved with determined unkindness to the wife he loved” (Braddon 249). Lady Audley alters Sir Michael’s perception of his daughter; however, Alicia is more successful in her endeavors with manipulating Robert’s perception of Lady Audley resulting in her removal from court. Once Lady Audley is removed from court, Alicia immediately “resumed her old empire as a spoiled child, and reminded her father of a promise he had made of taking her through Germany.
In uttering these words, Lady Macbeth accuses her husband of being too feminine. She notices that he is too feminine and humane to kill the king. Even though they are quite powerful already in society, the Macbeths believe they are still somehow without purpose. Their marriage itself is an obvious indication of this as neither seems content with the qualities of the other. Lady Macbeth especially expressed criticism towards her husband for her wants in him.
Elizabeth was the main character that the author represented its main idea through her. Elizabeth is independent and insubordinate standing against society’s social norms of marriage. Unlike Lydia, her youngest sister, Elizabeth fights the social norms by believing in herself and in her feelings of marriage and love. Mr. Collins proposal to Elizabeth was countered by this “You could not make me happy, and I am convinced that I am the last woman in the world who would make you so” (Austen 104). When Elizabeth rejected Mr. Collins she did not just refuse him as a husband, she as well refused to be financially secured in her society.
The frame containing the picture of the wife is very deep and various in meaning , for example , the idea of putting her in a frame is to objectify the woman , even though it might show affection and love of Henry to the wife , the symbol of it shows the complete opposite , by framing his wife he is limiting her , and not giving her freedom and tranquility , it also shows how he wants her to always stay under his wing and does not want her to be free even after her death . And by that the narrator is showing us that she was not given her freedom , she was not that important in the eye of Henry , and that she was not equal to Henry , which proves the anti-feminism in the story . To sum up , the frame , of the picture has played a decent role in showing the anti-feminism in the story