Why isn 't that abusive? Why is that being so romanticized? Why is Clarke allowed to have feelings of resentment, but Bellamy is expected to bottle them up because Clarke was being nice? Lexa was being nice to Clarke too, and Clarke still violently attacked her. There 's an obvious double standard at play, but people choose to ignore it for the sake of their ships.
The miscommunication further develops people’s relationships divergent from the original intent of the actions, arousing disputes. In William Gibson’s play based on Helen Keller’s life, The Miracle Worker, the characters also struggle with similar relationship conflicts concerning the idea of visible love. The intense interactions between characters illustrate possible hostility, but in fact, convey one character’s sincere endearment to another with love mistakenly translated. In other words, when simply evaluating the exteriors, Gibson’s dramatic techniques portray the treatment of love as hatred, but when explored internally, it’s in-depth essence is revealed.
However, Hustis has also chosen to discuss a few of the things the readers have been outraged about, one being the ethics of Humbert. Humbert expresses contrition and professes his love to Lolita, and he also allows his passion for her to overcome him and he no longer paid attention to any other feelings. The reader experiences different pulls with Humbert, often times you want to scold his behavior and his impulses, although you too might feel the sudden urge to root for Humbert and Lolita. The complexity of Humbert Humbert’s recollections is displayed between the way views them after they occurred and how he felt in that very moment. Hustis brings attention to the moral dilemma we face as readers with our emotions toward the text and uses them to broaden your views an understanding of why Humbert Humbert partakes in such
She is distracted by the veil because she also feels that it is casting onto his full figure and physique. The main symbolic meaning to Elizabeth is the ignorant people who could not understand nor did they try to find the meaning of the veil. Elizabeth creates the conflict that makes the minister lonely since Elizabeth was one person he thought he could trust. She thinks that her fiancé has gone crazy, “‘What previous affliction hath befallen you’, she earnestly inquired, ‘that you should thus darken your eyes forever?’” (Hawthorne). In this case she has no intentions of trying to figure out any other conclusion other than that he has gone mad.
John Proctor’s affair with Abigail Williams, causes his wife, Elizabeth Proctor, to lose faith in him. As Elizabeth’s suspicion increases, so does his irritation. John’s annoyance and Elizabeth’s evident grudge is displayed through their language and tone with one another. In addition, their actions suggest their relationship lacks components needed for a healthy relationship–communication, trust, respect, etc. Being in an unhealthy relationship may not be obvious to those who are in it, but through one’s words and actions to the other, others can tell right
Since his mother is treating him like she is disappointed in him, James begins to devolve into a state of repressed bitterness. These lies are his way of expressing himself in a new reality to match his wishes. One example of this is when James says, “Felt like a failure. My lying had that effect on her. She took it personally… She thought
He makes it seem like Tom and Myrtle were doing something wrong and disgusting, which they were, but he makes it seem like what they are doing is completely unacceptable. Daisy is also aware of Tom 's choices, yet she chooses not to say anything. Now on the other hand, there is Gatsby and Daisy whose affair is made out to be just two lovers being reunited after a tragic separation. If Tom were aware of their relationship, he would not have the same attitude that Daisy does. He would probably bring it up face to face and say something to Gatsby, then try to hurt him in any way he could.
Roxane begins by explaining that she is in love with someone, someone who loves her back but is too afraid to admit. At this point Cyrano believes that it is him that she is talking about, but she goes on to explain, “I love him...Christian De Neuvillette” (64). This leaves Cyrano heartbroken and crushes his confidence. Although he still loves Roxane he is constantly reminded that he is not good enough for her. One of the times that Cyrano realizes that he is not good enough for Roxane is when Roxane is angered with Christian and explains, “that displeases me/ As much as if you had gone ugly” (102).
But you clearly don’t know me very well, goodbye!” He brushes off the comment while Mercutio is infuriated by it. This of course leads to Mercutio and Tybalt’s battle. Mercutio really blames Romeo for coming between them and getting him hurt, he says
It is not until that she realizes that he was in fact serious that she becomes somewhat distraught with him for rejecting her as she is. As the story progresses the audience can relate and sympathize with Georgiana as she is essentially the victim of her husband’s judgement and shock of what he claims to the birthmark to act as an ailment of her beauty. Aylmer goes on to calling her near perfection were it not for the birthmark, however as many would agree that in real life there is no such thing as perfection. Georgiana progressively begins to see her husband change and show his true nature. He becomes angry with her and does not trust her, leading to Georgiana essentially losing