Sara is aware that she does not want to live a life where she serves a man and has to obide by his rules. In the book, the men are portrayed more as persons while the women are like accessories to a man. The father always tells the daughter to hurry and get married before they are too old and ugly for a man to like them, so basically everything is on a man 's
Yet without ambition, it will institute individuals not to put effect in achieve anything or better their future. In addition, people will become dependent, conformist, and lazy. For instance, Mildred had no ambition in doing anything because her only interest was watch TV and listen to Seashell radio. It made her feel safe by following the government than trying to go against it. Life is received to those that are willing to get, instead of others that wait for it to come to them.
Despite of being right in my accusations of her sister’s ingenuine behavior, every time I demand that my wife tries to see the true side of the story, she keeps quiet and avoids confrontation. As follows, I become extremely irritated and annoyed by her withdrawal from the conflict. According to the book, the person using the avoidance conflict style wishes the problem or conflict would go away by itself and appears uninterested in managing the conflict or in meeting the needs of the other person involved in the disagreement. As a positive side of her conflict management style in this particular situation by withdrawing she does not allow me gunny-sacking, that only leads to increasing tension, escalating emotions, and reducing listening effectiveness, as mentioned in the textbook. However, by not resolving this issue the tension in relationship with my spouse builds
Janie’s grandmother, Nanny, forces Janie to marry a man she is not in love with out of convenience. Nanny does not want Janie to suffer the necessities of life, but Janie cares little about materials and seeks love. Nanny’s ideology haunts Janie for much of her life, influencing decisions she takes later in marriage. Huston says, “The memory of Nanny was still powerful and strong,” which shows how Janie conforms to the ideology her grandmother instilled in her. And although Janie conforms, she continues to question inwardly about love.
She goes on to have an affair with him, but never actually confronts Gatsby or Tom about this. She would prefer to just deal with her unhappy marriage by not confronting it because she doesn 't want to deal with the consequences. In reference to Myrtle Wilson’s slaughter, Nick and Gatsby have this exchange, “ ‘ Was Daisy driving’ ‘Yes,’ he said after a moment, ‘but of course I’ll say I was…” (143 Fitzgerald). Gatsby is yet another person who protects Daisy from any consequences she may face. Daisy accidentally runs over Myrtle Wilson, something ironic in and of itself because Myrtle having an affair with Daisy’s husband, in a fit of emotions that she can 't control, and then doesn 't have to deal with any of the repercussions because she is protected from the by the men in her life.
During their marriage, she struggles to keep pieces of herself alive, the pieces of herself Nathan repressed. Orleanna even admitted that she “encountered her own spirit less and less” (200). Nathan has chipped away at her essence and she accepts that because she won’t leave him or challenge him. When she got the chance to be alone, usually when he went away on revival, once or twice Orleanna found herself “putting on red lipstick to do the housework” (200). She can’t wear red lipstick in front of Nathan because he would find it immodest and would punish her.
For Boo, guilt and fear keep him literally locked away from society and thus growth. Scout knows this and gradually accepts the idea throughout the novel, which is why she doesn’t lead him home at the end of the novel. At least not to an outsider. what scout means when she says she would “lead him through their house, but would never lead him home,” is that she’s willing to protect
Rowlandson’s lack of criticism or ability to see any wrong in Puritan society and truthfully portray her experience due to fear of persecution is a vivid demonstration of the danger of cultivating societies that promote the devout following of harmful, narrow-minded ideologies. As evident in the case of Rowlandson’s memoir, confinement to a set body of beliefs prevents any flexibility in knowledge, perspective, or beliefs, which leads to lack of respect and willingness to relate or understand those with differences. Rowlandson’s inability to understand the Indians allowed her to maintain her prejudice and continue to submit to Puritan society’s expectations. Rowlandson’s experiences with the food, people, and overall culture of the Native Americans should have demonstrated that the distance between she and the Indians is actually not so great. Rather, she only takes away an affirmation of what Puritan society wants her to
John’s wife really needs to break free of these stereotypes in order to feel fulfilled as a person. She says that “it is so discouraging not to have any advice and companionship about [her] work,” and that she believes that “congenial work, with excitement and change, would do [her] good.” John however does not realize this because he is still so involved in the patriarchal society. There is no one who is believable around him to explain this new way of thinking. He is very resistant to the change in his wife’s behavior about her place in society because it will also make him seem like less of a man. He has a reputation as a doctor and since he interacts with people who still believe in gender roles he is held down to their standards as well or he would risk losing his practice.
Like Sayoko, she always follow her husband, she always doing the things what her husband wants and letting herself to hide what she really wants. In this story, we could analyse that Yasunari messages us that a girl is very fragile, that every girl is very weak to show her emotions and afraid to fight what she wants. During the times when Sayoko was abused by her husband, she did not fight to him, rather she let him to abuse her. She had let her husband kick and beat her because she cannot fight back to him well maybe she loved him that much. But as we continue to read the letter of Sayoko, we could see in the end part of the story, Sayoko had regret the day that she let her husband abuse her, and in that part we could analyse that every person gets blind and numb when they are in love and they are so very weak and soft-hearted.