“‘Hold thy peace, dear little Pearl!’ whispered her mother. ‘We must not always talk in the marketplace of what happens to us in the forest.’”(Hawthorne 231). One may get the feeling that she is a witch baby send out to torment her mother. In many cases babies is a joy to their mothers but in Pearl's case she was just the opposite and in this the author clearly and effectively used symbolism in pearls case to symbolize punishment and suffering. In addition Hawthorne uses pearls name to draw attention to hypocrisy.
In Euripides’ text The Medea, Medea can easily be painted as the villian. She is a woman who killed her own children in an attempt to spite her husband. But, by examining the text, we can see that she deserves some sympathy. She has little to no control over her own life and has to rely on the will of men. And as a foreigner in Corinth abandoned by her husband, she faces even more challenges than the native women of Corinth did.
As the disasters that befell Salem were caused by the young girls ' hysteria of witchcraft, some of Miller 's critics perceived Abigail and her squad of followers as maleficent and vindictive driven by anger, cruelty and personal interests. Elizabeth Frayn interprets the hostility of the girls as a natural reaction to the negative view they receive in their society. For instance, Abigail is always regarded as a malicious girl who seeks to supplant Elizabeth as Proctor 's wife, and she is further motivated by Proctor 's threat to expose their affair if she does not clear his wife 's name ( Frayn 95). The girls are controlled by a fanatic society. Like Abigail, each of those girls has her own cause to be angry and simulate to kill her victims.
Satsifying relationships can be a wonderful source of happiness and support throughout your life, whether they are platonic, familial or romantic. Happy relationships provide you with strength in every aspect of your wellbeing, whether it 's mental health, physical health or the connections that you build with others. On the flip side, though, an unsatisfying relationship can drain you emotionally. Building a satisfying relationship takes time, it takes dedication, commit. It doesn 't come easy or naturally, it requires work, the ability to adapt, and in a romantic relationship, it 's important to learn how to change and grow with your partner.
She is the principle who provokes sympathy because of how her desperate she is. Her emotions start of as anger, then cold and conspiring. “He let me stay one day, a day when I'll turn three of my enemies to corpses—father, daughter, and my husband.” Cited from line 441, Madea. This quote shows madea’s Vengeance
Hester Prynne: A Symbol of Sin In Robert Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter, Hester Prynne is a struggling single mother who committed adultery. Hester Prynne’s husband sent her over to the Puritan colony and was supposed to come over very soon. When he was on his way, Hester’s husband was captured by Indians and kept as a slave. Hester had her daughter, Pearl, out of wedlock. The Puritan society openly scorns her for her sin.
What is pride? Pride is “a feeling or deep pleasure or satisfaction derived from one’s own achievements, the achievements of those with whom one is closely associated, or from qualities or possessions that are widely admired.” But what does pride mean to others? A debate was started online at “Debate.org” about pride. People debated if pride is bad or good, 43% said it was bad and 57% said it wasn’t bad. People replied about what they think about pride, the comments were anonymous.
Abigail 's heartless attitude is shown in act two when she frames and accuses Elizabeth Proctor for witchcraft. She desired and longed for this revenge on poor Proctors innocent wife, aiming for her through out the play. Later on in Act Three she seems to lose her last attachment of society by destroying John Proctor, who she claims to love with all her heart. When John attempts and threatens to expose Abigail’s wrong doings, she skillfully manages to turn the whole problem around on him, sending him off
Jealousy is one main reason these three young girls seek revenge throughout the play. What personal reasons are these young girls seeking revenge from other characters? Abigail Williams is the strikingly beautiful niece of Reverend Parris and she seeks revenge from Elizabeth Proctor. We learned in Act One of ¨The Crucible" that when Abigail was a servant of Goody Proctor and John Proctor, that she had an affair with John Proctor. Tension rises between Abigail Williams and Elizabeth Proctor because Elizabeth had suspicions of Abigail and kicked her out of her house.
That simple pause in the moment and quick prayer provides her the correct words to offer to this student, and through her words, that girl ends up not getting the abortion. But not only that. Direction in prayer occurrs for three believers who pray for a demon possessed man named Stefan as well. These believers “beg[in] to pray, [and] within moments Stefan [is] on the floor...the three Christians [stand] over him...casting out, binding, and sealing the work that had been done...in the end Stefan whimper[s] and let[s] out a long sigh” (Feldhahn 426-427). The three believers’ faith in prayer help to deliver this young man named Stefan from complete demon possession.