When she was under the influence, she could be extremely aggressive and violent and then black out; at least according to Tom. After she would sober up, he would tell her all the horrible things she said and did while she was drunk, like the time she attacked him with a golf club. She feels ashamed and blames herself for not being a good enough wife for Tom, just as Melinda feels guilty as though the rape was her fault, even if it really wasn’t. It is later revealed that in reality, it was actually Tom who had done all those atrocious things. He would lie to Rachel, blaming her for all the things he had done, just to make her feel guilty, weak, and worthless.
That is how in the story the, “The Birthmark” Aylmer the main character develops conflict between him and his wife and suffers the consequences from trying to change her. By him wanting to change his wife it made her very depressed. It made her feel awful about her birthmark and started to change her. In the end when she agrees to get it removed Aylmer kills his wife because the mark is connected to her life source. That is how this story shows that changing people lead to
She was fired due to having an affair with John, who doesn’t care for her especially after he witnesses her lie. On page 148 of act 1, Abigail states “Tituba
Edelman also shows in her article that she is angry by telling that she took her husband's credit card on day for revenge. She proceeds “Fuck it“ (55). She had been so fed up with her husband’s absence that she went without his knowledge. Both of these women use angry tones to persuade the reader to their
Lamb to the Slaughter Do you think someone should go to jail for killing their husband even when they go crazy? This is what happened with Mary Maloney. She got herself all worked up because her husband was leaving. She went completely psycho, which led to killing him. Mary Maloney should not go to jail.
For me, Justine is the biggest victim so far. Considering her background and the hardship she went through at an early age and being neglected by her family was indeed a tragic scenario; even though she felt love and comfort in the Frankenstein 's home. What 's really sad was when she was accused of killing William and was executed. Apparently, Victor knew his brother was killed by the monster, yet still he couldn 't do anything to save the girl 's life because he was scared and don 't want people to know he had created an awful
Paragraph 3 Another difference can be seen In Steinbeck’s work the woman suspects her mother may have destroyed the letter that may have introduced her to the cinema but this is nothing to the appalling way Eva/Daisy is treated by the Birling women. Paragraph 4 On the other hand what is comparable is that Curly 's wife, despite the suspicions mentioned in the previous paragraph has been let down by the man who promised her a film part and that dream has been crushed. On top of this she now married to an unpleasant violent man. Eva/Daisy who is the centre of the investigation has also been treated shocking by men. Mr Birling fires her just for asking for better pay and in her time of need she is seduced firstly by Gerald and then by Eric.
Soon Montag is called by his boss, Beatty, to burn a lady’s house down because it contains books. She chooses to be burnt with her books, as she doesn’t want to live in a world without them. Montag realizes that he can’t turn back because of the emotional connection he had felt to the lady. Montag’s wife was confused by his sadness, as he had never been so affected by his job before. In Fahrenheit 451, written by Ray Bradbury,
Sandra’s husband was both physically and verbally abusive to her and their children, an alcoholic, and now has cirrhosis of the liver (Zastrow,2013). On the one hand, she wishes he would die so she can be free to fulfill her dreams, yet on the other hand she feels guilty when she thinks like that. Sandra has worked too hard all of her life to get what she has so she will
The truth of this matter is Tom Robinson, is Mayella threw herself at Tom. Mayella was a lonely woman whose father abused her. She wanted to have intimacy with Tom Robinson, which “brings shame to her family”. When her father finds