Love tends to effect each character’s action differently. For example, love is what motivated the plot of the story “The Valley of Girls” by Kelly Link. For instance, the Olds observed society and performed actions to make sure their children are aligned with success. Love and social status is what makes these people relate, or correlate with each other; it reminds me of a government politically develop by love and society. In “The Valley of Girls” by Kelly Link, from Teenagers and Old are motivated by two specific motives, which are love and social status.
Love is a feeling of deep affection and personal attachment which may or may not be mutual. In Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare predetermines the fate of two star-crossed lovers, Romeo and Juliet. Their love for one another is unable to be expressed fully due to the bitter feud between their families, the Capulets and the Montagues, respectively. This leads the two teenagers to make rash decisions driven by their love which ultimately leads to both of their deaths. In Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare suggests that love can perpetuate a cycle of irrational choices and decisions which can lead to tragic consequences. The impulsiveness of Romeo and Juliet spurs many consequences as a result of their actions and decisions.
There are many things that factor into reasons for loving someone. Often times when people think of reasons for loving someone, they only think about the immediate motives. People do not consider reasons outside the obvious. However, there are many hidden motives that cause people t love one another. Flannery O’Connor’s “Good Country People” and William Shakespeare’s “My Mistress’ Eyes Are Nothing Like the Sun”, show that love can be influenced by an ulterior motive, through the use of specific word choice and storyline twists.
The Taming of the Shrew is a romantic comedy. If comedic devices were not there The Taming of the Shrew would be just a normal romance. Comedic devices do work to develop the plot in The Taming of the Shrew. The are several comedic devices in this story: unexpected plot twists, witty language, disguises or costumes, young love with a struggle, and unity and harmony. These all contribute different comedic aspects to the plot and push the plot forward.
Love is a mystery for many people, everyone has their views on what love should be and it is way more than just a definition in a dictionary. Love takes patience and time and not just forcing to find it. In the story, Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurstone, the main character Janie Crawford is raised by her grandmother who forces her to marry an older wealthy man. Janie 's realizes that isn’t what true love is and runs off with another man called Jodie. After many years she realizes that marriage didn’t work out either, after Jodies dies she meets a man called TeaCake who she falls for and runs away with. A bad storm hits them one day and a dog with rabies bites Teacake. He didn’t know the dog had rabies and ends up crazy and almost shot Janie but she did before he could. In the other story, The Great
“Love’s Deceit,” by Big Rube, is a famous poem that is commonly connected with the American film “ATL.” In this poem, Big Rube discusses the deceitful ways of love. Rube also expresses his personal opinion of what love is and its irresistible lures. Big Rube uses several examples of figurative language to describe his feelings and thoughts love has brought upon him. He uses examples of similes, metaphors, and personification to explain the addiction of love in his life.
In the play, the love story is hidden and almost overlooked. The play focuses so much on the hatred between the couple and the struggle to “tame” Katherine that the love story can get lost. Katherine has an ending speech in the play, expressing her feeling about a good wife and how they should submit to their husbands. This scene is supposedly a confession of love yet, it can be seen as Katherine, almost, sucking up to Petruchio to get on his good side and gain respect from him, not love. In the movie, the love story is more prominent and is easily noticed throughout the movie. Modern day communication and relationships were vastly different but, the movie really portrayed the “lovey-dovey” aspect of The Taming of the Shrew. The movies atmosphere and era helped with that portrayal. Seeing as women were not just property but more leaning towards as actual human beings and “almost” equal in standards to men. Leading into my final subject the role of women in these
Compare and Contrast Essay on The Relationship Between Kate and Bianca in 10 Things I Hate About You and The Taming of the Shrew
An English writer Gilbert K. Chesterton once said, "The way to love anything is to realize that it may be lost." In the year 1692, the Puritans of Salem they understand the meaning of Mr. Chestrton's words. To prevent everything can change or lose. In Arthur Miller's play, The Crucible, he shows how love can give one courage and strength.
Many literary works have love as a theme. By reading different novels, one receives a glimpse of all the different kinds of love and their purposes. In Their Eyes Were Watching God, love is represented as the sea. By reading this novel, the reader comes to the conclusion that our capability to love deviates with every person we come across. Love is in some ways an art, and it transforms as people transform. Janie Crawford, perhaps one of the greatest love philosophers and protagonist, says, “Love ain’t somethin’ lak uh grindstone dat’s de same thing everywhere and do de same thing tuh everything it touch. Love is lak de sea. It’s uh movin’ thing, but still and all, it takes its shape from de shore it meets, and it’s different with every shore”
Specifically, this means that, in both stories, there were relationships where a certain character truly loved another character, but for some reason, the character eventually moves on from that person and onto someone they do not love as much. In each of these stories, the relationships ended by the women’s word due to their perception of an impractical relationship with the man: in A Christmas Carol, Belle cut herself off from Scrooge due to his changed person and values; in Wuthering Heights, the relationship between Heathcliff and Catherine was broken off when she married Edgar Linton due to her perceived incompatibility with Heathcliff for certain reasons, detailed next (C33-37, W86-94). In A Christmas Carol, Scrooge and Belle became engaged due to their deep love for one another and the people they were (C33-34). For Belle specifically, she loved Scrooge for the boy he was when they were both young and poor because they were both connected through their poverty and made promises to one another that they would live through love and patiently wait for the day to come when they would escape poverty (C33-34). Scrooge ended up absorbed in the life of money, and in general, according to Belle, gain [for more], which lead to Belle’s feeling of being in second on Scrooge’s priorities, and second in love, behind his obsession of money; because of Scrooge’s flaws, Belle
Social concerns undergo metamorphosis in their portrayal, according to the composers various contextual influences. ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ was a play written by Shakespeare in the Elizabethan era where men were considered to be superior to women. This patriarchal society heavily influenced Shakespeare’s play, as it reflected the traditional values of the Elizabethan era. In contrast, the 20th century had drastically changed, with the first and second waves of feminism, which helped to remove inequalities and gender expectations. However Junger, the director of ‘10 Thing I Hate About You’ has kept the basis of the film based on Shakespeare’s play.
Love, a deep affection for someone or something, is used in most literary pieces whether it is fiction or nonfiction. Each literary piece can have a relation to other love stories based on how the author writes the book. For instance, two books that have similar love stories are The Fault in Our Stars by John Green and The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. These love stories are alike because they try to do everything they can to receive the person they love, the main characters love is inseparable when they are together, and each relationship at the end of the books result in a heartbreak. Even though this is what most relationships experience, these two love stories are unusual.
William Shakespeare, one of the most famous and influential playwrights of all time, once asserted that “powerful love … in some respects, makes a beast a man, [and] in some other, a man a beast.” In making this statement, Shakespeare suggests that love is a powerful force that has the ability to both strengthen and ruin people. O. Henry’s heartwarming short story “The Gift of the Magi,” which describes how a poor couple’s attempts to afford meaningful gifts reinforces their relationship, and Edgar Allan Poe’s grim poem “The Raven,” which illustrates a mourning lover’s descent to madness, demonstrate the contrasting effects love can have on people. While “The Gift of the Magi” conveys a positive theme about the importance of love and how it
Shakespeare’s novel “Macbeth” demonstrates the many ways in which love can factor into a play. Through the connections built between characters, and the relationship Macbeth holds with power, the ways in which love are perceived through “Macbeth” are evident.