Cyrano tries to be just as thoughtful throughout the play in order to bring joy to other people, it may come at his expense and pain, but he’s willing to do whatever as long as it makes other people happy. ‘Do you find Christian...intellectual?’ ‘More so than you, even.’ ‘I am glad’” (Rostand 106). Instead of going after Roxane, he tries to set her up with Christian because Cyrano thinks that he’s not good enough for someone so beautiful, “I know--afraid that when you have her all alone, you lose all. Have no fear. It is yourself she loves--give her yourself put into words--my words, upon your lips!” (Rostand 100).
Throughout most of their conversation, the man is shares traits of masculine style communication. He is trying to persuade Jig to having this operation for his happiness, claiming it’s for both. He makes promises that it will save their relationship, when in fact he wants her to have this operation for him. He controls her to the point she gives up, and gives in for his sake. While shes being controlled around, Jig is showing traits of feminine style communication.
The play “Trifles” written by Susan Glaspell majorly mirrors the relationship between husbands and wives, and their attitudes towards resolving daily hassles. The men were looking for the “effects” while the women were concerned with “causes”. Mr. and Mrs. Hale were the closest friend of the family of Mr. Wright John and aware of the strain in their marriage. Mr. Hale’s superficial effort to salvage the situation caused more harm than the deep emotional insight of Mrs. Hale who tried to save her friend. Mr. Hale’s testimony showed how close he was to the family.
It takes Phil’s female producer Rita, to help him realize the importance of others. He thought it would be a great plan to pretend to be Rita’s ideal perfect man so that he can seduce her. But every time he tries it always fail and end with him being slapped. When he tells her everything that’s been happening to him for the last past same day, she decides to stay with him and I believe at that moment he realizes his self-worth. Rita grew closer to him because of who he was and not who he pretends to be.
Then he defends his attitude and claims that he did not mean it, but each time he hurts women’s feeling and himself. Although a love affair easily gets the reader’s attention, Diaz through his imperfect characters and symbols splendidly illustrates the relationships around Yunior that shows the process of his growth of a human being from child into adolescent. Diaz depicts a relationship between Yunior and his father by using
In “Cathedral” Robert who is a piece of his wife’s past is putting up a major communication block between the stubborn, uncompassionate narrator. In “What We Talk About When We Talk About Love” alcohol, pride, and a relationship that doesn’t seem to have much love get in the way of a couple attempting to communicate to one another and their peers what they believe love is creating a more distant relationship. Both of these stories tell the reader that being an open-minded person will benefit a person in being an effective communicator. The differences in how the two stories do this is important because it gives the reader two different scenarios of how much can be communicated to one another when both parties are open to any type of
This tremendously helps forms the bond between Wright and the audience because they now know exactly what he is thinking, so he cannot hide anything from them. They know that he was “frightened” by Mencken’s style, but yet “amazed” at the same time. Or how because of what he was reading, he “created a vast sense of distance between [him] and the world in which [he] lived.” The ability to progressively see Wright’s train of thought go from excitement to torture turns the reader to his main point of the passage, to believe that ignorance is bliss. Wright begs the question to his readers, do you really want to know something, even if it will ruined your thinking about that subject. The journey Wright takes them on through his first person point of view steers them down the path of believing some things are worth not knowing, and feeling sympathy for him because of his
The first part “Wilting” is about the hardships of relationships and also the breakups that come with it. This segment shows the author wanting more in a relationship and realizing they needed someone better to be able to love them, but it also brings out the side of the author realizing that they didn 't want anyone else, that they wanted them but new they could never have them back. The “ Wilting” segment also describes the sadness and the depressing part of when the one they loved left them for whatever reasons, it shows that they dwell on the person leaving to either showing it being there fault and that they should take full credit for there being something wrong with them rather put the blame on the both of them. And then they other part is another the other halfs fault but it never falls in between both of the people in the relationship. The second segment is the “ Falling”.
In life, trust can easily be taken for granted, but whenever a life-threatening situation comes along, we seem to believe in each other. The story shows that when someone loses their trust and faith in you, you must rebuild that trust, and that can sometimes be tough. The story creates a great suspense and as the reader, you do not feel satisfied with the ending, because you want the story to end well – that they make it home safely and that they have gained a lifelong bond with each other – but perhaps this fictional story is a reflection on life – you never know where trust or mistrust leads
If you want something deeply, you can get it. In that way, it is possible to get a happy ending even after experiencing something similar to what Pip felt. In the end, Pip became friends with Estella, even after knowing that she was the cause for his change which lead to all his misery in life. A moral theme that was taught in Great Expectations is to not change yourself for anyone or any reason. It is important to always keep your individuality and not to be susceptible to being swayed by someone.
Collin’s. He describes how blinded he is by such strong compassion for the woman and is solely acting on emotion. In his proposal, he narrows his focus on the benefits of marriage as he states that his reputation would shield hers and that although she could draw him towards any exposure and disgrace, she could also lead him towards “any good and every good” because that is how much her presence impacts him on a more personal level. Unlike how Mr. Collins was encouraged by Lady Catherine de Bourgh’s desire for him to marry, Bradley Headstone seems to act only by his emotions and by his perception of how strong a love he holds for this woman that he is addressing. When he says “if you saw me at my work, able to do it well and respected in it, you might even come to take a sort of pride in me…” he presents himself as strong-willed, stable, and someone of good reputation.
This can be seen when one of Winston’s so-called “friends” says that they are closer than ever to changing the language so that there is less words to describe situations. Part 2  Winston and Julia’s relationship restores Winston’s humanity through him fulfilling his quest to have a human relationship with a human. He also feels that he is needed and wanted by someone because she confronted him instead of him confronting her. She also causes him to exercise his rebellious thoughts by joining him in his confrontation and entrance into the “Brotherhood.”  They are always paranoid and thinking that they are being watched or being listened to. Winston is always talking about he and Julia will eventually be captured and vaporized.
The ex abuser was basically seeking advice on what he should do and how he could explain about his past to the lady that he 's in love with . I loved how Cary gave him a truthful feedback . Tho i wouldn 't like to be with someone that has a past of abusing women . Or even , try to have a serious relationship with that person . Main reason because I wouldn 't want to be