The irony is when he does the same thing to his daughter and makes her embarrassed as well. Besides, the term "ruined" depicts another example of irony in the novel. The prostitutes in the novel are ruined and they have no right to live. However, they are independent unlike, Pauline, Pecola's mother who is depended on her job because of money. Furthermore, the name of Pecola's family (Breedlove) is very ironical.
Mitch became failure to marry with Blanche because his mother was sick at home whom he took care of. When Mitch met Blanche he was attracted to her beauty. It was failure of Mitch who was blinded by his fantasy of marrying a perfect woman. The images of Mitch and Blanche showed he had whisked away by her charm and then his disillusion with who she really was. When Stanley told Mitch about her past he called Stanley a liar and defended Blanche.
In the second paragraph of the story the author states that she is suffering because she doesn't have the things she wants by saying, “She suffered endlessly, feeling herself born for every delicacy and luxury. She suffered from the poorness of her house, from its mean walls, worn chairs, and ugly curtains.” (Guy de Maupassant 2) “She had no clothes, no jewels, nothing. And these were the only things she loved;” (Guy de Maupassant 2) The author included this to let the readers know what kind of “Poverty” Matilde was living in. Mathilde doesn't seem to love her husband as much. He thinks different about her.
It was a terrible decision due to the fact that later on lovers are separated and are miserable without each other. To save their marriage, they try to fool their families, but the plan fails and both of the characters end up killing themselves. While their deaths might have been an effect of their parents’ feud, this story would not be successful due to other complications in their relationships. This Shakespeare’s play has influenced many writers and professors to write their own opinion on the possibility of love at first
I am going to look at Bob Ewell and Boo Radley. Unlike the previous two dramas, these two characters do not have a direct connection with each other. Bob Ewell is at first a victim of society, he is poor and does not have a decent job and this makes him a victim because the people of Maycomb County and their society looks down on him, he automatically place in a ‘good-for-nothing’ category. Bob Ewell accuses Tom Robinson for raping his daughter and here he becomes the culprit and he is angry that Atticus Finch is defending Tom Robinson. His anger and aggression culminate into the attacks on Jem and Scout the night of the
Since the woman in this period need to find a good husband to support their live, so the Bennet’s daughter need to associate their live with people from the high class social so that they can get a chance to married them in order to attain a better live. Upon hearing that Mr. Bingley and Mr. Darcy will stay in Netherfield, it had cause a big ruckus in the Bennet’s houshehold. At first, Mr. Darcy proud with his noble blood that cause him to rejected Elizabeth’s offer to dance, but after the love between them bloom, Mr. Darcy neglected his noble blood and went out to proposed Elizabeth. At first, his proposal was rejected by Elizabeth but upon settling all the conflict between them, Mr. Darcy once again proposed to Elizabeth and was accepted. Mr. Darcy actions
A film by Swedish film-maker Henning Carlsen, the movie is about a group of women who work at a laundry and despise their hard nosed manager Marta. One of them spreads a rumour that Marta had tried to seduce her. This accusation is enough for them to demand her resignation, and which leads to a messy escalation. A point can be raised here that had the manager been a male, it would still have led to a complain, but there is the rub. Marta's homosexuality, real or perceived, is not the actual reason for the protestation, merely the hair that breaks the camel.
A timeless love story from the master storyteller Saratchandra Chattopadhyay of Bengal set story in early Twentieth century Kolkata; Parineeta (The Married Woman) is the unforgettable story of a child-woman’s intense and bittersweet romance. Lalita, an orphaned girl who lives with her uncle, considers herself betrothed to Shekhar, her guardian. After several failed attempts, Lalita finally gets the egoistical Shekhar to admit that he reciprocates her feelings. However, tensions erupt between Shekhar’s wealthy father and Lalita’s poor but principled uncle, and the situation is further complicated by the arrival on the scene of Girin, a mild-mannered eligible bachelor, who is attracted to Lalita. The lover’s world is turned upside down and Shekhar and Lalita find themselves estranged.
She had a simple life and loving fiancé whom she met at the bar. One day, she received a letter saying she must go to this place and her fiancé will be waiting. She looks excited because after 5 years, she expected that her fiancé will propose to her again and surely their wedding must go on. But to her dismay, she saw that her fiancé is cheating with her friend, she didn’t know what to do, all the memories of her fiancé are flashing rapidly to her mind and it’s so painful to see it will suddenly waste because of this. She walks away and suddenly her eyes are becoming blurry and she didn’t know darkness already consume her.
For the director, Yasmin Ahmad, she lived in such a social environment and had filmed My Failing Eyesight and had her own inter-racial dating and marriage already, all of which had contributed to the movie Sepet. So when we watch this movie, we cannot help being touched and trapped in it. There are many movies telling love stories, but few movies telling inter-racial love stories. Sepet is such a great movie that breaks the silence of inter-racial love movies, supporting universal values and selfless love beyond races. It is also a classic