When Mrs. Higgins says the two men treat Eliza as if she were a “live doll”, she is right because aside from Pickering, although Pickering & Higgins are working together to reinvent Eliza, Higgins is the one who only cares about her appearance and her transformation. In the play, Pygmalion, by George B. Shaw, the author presents Higgins and Pickering as two babies playing with their doll which is wrong because
By breaking the social norms of her time she was most likely ridiculed because of it. Marichen did not care about what others said or thought, she knew her job was to take care of her family and if her husband couldn't do it, then it was up to her. Ibsen mother was a source of inspiration and he wrote “ A doll’s house” to appreciate what his mother did for him. Ibsen once said Ibsen decided not to have Nora be a typical simple housewife and made her similar to Marichen in the sense that they do what they believe is right even if society has a view against them. Ibsen once said that “It's not only what we have inherited from our father and mother that walks in us.
In the end, it appears as though Bianca is no longer the sweet, darling daughter but in fact the real shrew. In the beginning, Hortensio drops a hint to Bianca’s shallow nature when he professes “kindness in women, not their beauteous looks, / shall win [his] love”. When Lucentio bids Bianca to come see him, she replies that she is busy and will not come. She is grouped with Hortensio’s widow when she is called ‘headstrong’ by Petruchio. Bianca’s bad attitude is presented in a more subdued feminine way; with passive-aggressive and backhanded comments.
But it is, and honestly it's one of the worst things I would ever wish upon someone. You constantly feel alone, but you don't have to be. These are the things I would tell my daughter should she ever get alopecia. I love you You are beautiful The stares from strangers passing by will become less uncomfortable The little girl or boy who yells, "Mommy, why doesn't that girl have hair?" doesn't know any better The
Capote probably wants this to represent that Miriam was going to be part of Mrs. Miller’s world from now on, even if she doesn't want her to be. If this story was a third person Omniscient the reader wouldn't really be struck by how uncanny Mrs. Millers perception really is. Miriam wanted to move in with her, but when Mrs. Miller refused the girl began to cry. Having enough Mrs.Miller went to for help and had her neighbors check the appartment to remove the girl. But the neighbor returned confirming there was no one there.
Holly believes that the cat cannot not have a name until it has an owner. This adds meaning to her own situation because it showcases that she only married Doc to find some sense of self. She did not marry him for love, but to belong to someone since she no longer belonged to her parents. The idea is further stressed in the next lines when she says, “We don’t belong to each other: he’s an independent, and so am I,” (Capote 31.) Although she took Golightly’s name she does not feel tied down to him.
Also, before the nurse advises Juliet to marry Paris, the nurse stands up for Juliet during the fight between Juliet and her parents. The nurse says to Lord Capulet, “God in heaven bless her! You are to blame, my lord, to rate her so.” The nurse defends Juliet against the nurse’s own employers! The nurse cares so much about Juliet that she risks her job, her livelihood, in order to see Juliet happy. Although the nurse stilled cared for Juliet when she said Juliet should marry Paris, the nurse has given up on Juliet’s love life, consequently giving the impression that she doesn’t believe in Juliet anymore.
His wife Nora helps him realise when she declare she is "leaving now" her decison to leave was sparked by neglect she expreiened from Helmer. Disregarding any indapendance and respect for her, depriving her basic human treatent. This is approved when Helmer says: `First and foremost you are a wife and mother.´ Nora resonds with the obvious "First and foremost I´m a human being" but the fact she needed to state it empathises Helmer does not recognize her demands for equality and respect. Helmer initally believes Nora has no other purose other thana service to him and his chilren. Nora finally seeks indaendance from Helmer "you're not the man to help me with that, I ust do that alone".
These women are ultimately judged not by their manipulative actions but how they perform as wives through those actions. Although Bisclavret’s wife schemes to steal Bisclavret’s humanity, her worst offense is that she has failed to fulfill her wifely duties and uses her position as Bisclavret’s wife to manipulate him. Bisclavret, after telling her of his condition, is hesitant to disclose where he hides his clothes because, if he loses them, he cannot transform back into a human, and his wife responds: I love you more than all the world; you mustn’t hide anything from me or fear me in any way: that doesn’t seem like love to me. What wrong have I done? For what sin of mine do you mistrust me about anything?
It means that one object or structure is converted into another. The translator identifies not the shared world of reality but the signs of the source language with those of the target language. Two transformation concepts can be distinguished in this model. The first one is when transformation is recognized as an interlinguistic process. It is “converting the source text into the structures of the target text, which is translation proper” .