Of course The Vicario family is poor and looking for anyway to better their living conditions. Once Bayardo makes it obvious that he is interested in Angela her family forces her to marry him even though she is not interested by him. After they get married he quickly returners her because she is not pure. This is another example of Machismo, if a woman is not a virgin before she is married she is seen as used and unworthy of a
He says that “..if I had of been there I would of known and I wouldn’t be like I am now” (367). Basically, what he is saying is that he is a cruel person for being punished for something he claims he did not do. If he truly did not commit the crime, then he shouldn’t be killing an entire family. In this story, the author puts the men as cruel persons that do not sympathize with others. The family had an accident and The Misfit choose to kill them all, instead of helping them.
In Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird, undoubtedly there is more than one type of discrimination displayed. Before we get into that, what exactly is discrimination? Well, to discriminate means to treat someone differently based on what they believe, their age, gender, who they love, even their appearance. The forms that I will be talking about are Sexism, (Prejudice actions based on gender) Racism, (Prejudice actions based on race) classism, (Prejudice actions on those of a different social class) and discrimination on those with a disability. Discrimination can affect anyone, though usually, it targets those of color and women, there are cases when those discriminated, are white males, such as Arthur (Boo) Radley.
One piece of evidence that supports this claim is from “Ohio Man’s Shooting Of Ailing Wife Raises Questions About ‘Mercy Killings.” One quote is “...meant only to end the suffering of his wife, Barbara, 65.” This relates to Of Mice and Men because she was going to die anyway and he wanted to end her suffering. This is exactly what George wanted for Lennie. If he didn’t kill him Curley would’ve killed him and then he would’ve died without dignity. There are two reasons Curley wants to kill Lennie. The first reason is because he is a big guy, and Curley hates big guys.
He married his mother with no knowledge that it was his mother so he cannot be called materially guilty for that. Although he did not know it was his father, he was still formally guilty. He did do the action, and it was bad, but not depraved. What he did that was depraved, was murder. He murdered his father, although he did not know it was his father.
He places her in the nursery of the colonial mansion, despite her requests to be placed otherwise, “I don 't like our room a bit. I wanted one downstairs... but John would not hear of it” (Gilman, 2). The narrator’s husband dictates all aspects of her life to the point where she internalizes her husband 's authority, accepting his dominance over her, “I sometimes fancy that in my condition if I had less opposition and more society and stimulus—but John says the very worst thing I can do is think about my condition, and I confess it always makes me feel bad,” (Gilman, 2). Even though the narrator knows what she needs is to be active surrounded by people instead of cooped up alone in a house out in the countryside, she abruptly stops her train of thought as she remembers John’s instructions to not think about her condition. Connie and the narrator in “The Yellow Wallpaper” are both vulnerable and victims of circumstance.
She talks about how she was treated by Dr. Flint "But Dr. Flint swore he would kill me, if I was not as silent as the grave." Although in Jacobs narrative she was treated, in Douglass' his grandmother was whipped "The louder she screamed, the harder he whipped, and where the blood ran fastest, there he whipped the longest." He also talks about how bad women had it "He would whip her to make her scream, and whip her to make her hush; and not until overcome, would he cease to swing the blood-clooted cowskin." Then he talks about how slavery was like hell "It was the blood-stained gate, the entrance to the hell of slavery, through which I was about to pass." The counterclaim will talk about how Fredrick Douglass and Harriet Jacobs narrative talk about how how women had it worse than men did.
After the killers told mAcbeth that they had killed Banquo, he states,¨'Tis better thee without than he within. Is he dispatched?¨ (III.iv.15). This quote reveals that he was cruel because we see Banquo as an honorable man and even Macbeth's best friend. The fact that Macbeth had Banquo killed just because he was suspicious tells the reader that Macbeth Is cruel. Also, another example of Macbeth being cruel s when he snt the murders to kill macduff's family.
As stated in the previous paragraph, in Act I, scene I, the families feud between the two is the ultimate reason for the death of Romeo and Juliet. If the two families had decent family bonding, Romeo and Juliet would have no reason to hide their marriage. Since the relationship between the Montague and Capulet was unstable, they had no choice but to hide their love for one another. This results to Romeo and Juliet’s death. This illustrates that family bonding and being open is needed for a marriage to work out.
If the Dad disapproves of the boyfriend, you are not allowed to see him again. Usually, marriages are within the same culture. They value keeping their “race.” As a woman, you are supposed to be out of the house only if you get married or finish your career, even if you are thirty-five. Living with a man before marriage is an insult to their values, as it is considered “impure.” Even traveling with a former male partner or friend can be considered inappropriate to the culture. If you get married the bride’s father is supposed to pay for the wedding.