Love can be an effective medication. That might be the motivation behind why it is so difficult to detect a harmful relationship. Most leave at the primary indication of mishandle, however others stay, and the outcome is a formula for devastation. The subject of pulverization cherish inside relational connections in Shakespeare's Macbeth and Bronte's Wuthering Heights is displayed through sexism, control, and disloyalty. In Macbeth, one of the primary fights the audience of people sees is Lady Macbeth's control over Macbeth, "Woman Macbeth's depiction starts with the capable components of her yearning and fruitful plotting of Duncan's end, powerful expository control of her better half to 'take care of business' and make a move" (Thomas 82).
The prophet regards her as the daughter of incestuous mother, an immoral burden befalling her pitilessly. Salome that we find such a change. Thereafter Wilde basically turns away from his aestheticism and moves to the path of realism. The characters he creates in his subsequent works come nearer and nearer to the ethics of reality. This change shows that Wilde exhibits less concern for aestheticism and more interest in exposing social reality.
Well observed in our reality as well, this phenomenon has to do with trying to force a certain individual into a stereotype which in the long term might result in this person subconsciously “living up” to those statements i.e. they will gradually start behaving the way their peers falsely perceived or accused them of doing. This is also indicative of the indisputable presence of sexism in Salem. Even after John Proctor confesses about his sin in act III, this only adds to Abigail’s loathsome personality. Seventeen centuries later, the female part of the society still bears the heavy weight of the original sin.
Notes from Underground’s Liza—the ‘noble prostitute’—contains this more subtle manifestation. An uneducated, downtrodden woman degraded and forced into sex work, she functions as a foil to the Underground Man’s egoist nihilism. Her profound compassion in spite of her degradation reveals Dostoevsky’s message of salvation and spirituality. Her character, too, has religious significance. Aurora Choi likens her a “Russian Magdalen”: “Dostoevsky takes a common image of his time period, that of the prostitute, and utilizes her in conjunction with the myth of Mary Magdalen, to convey the ultimate message of repentance for one’s sins and the perpetual chance of salvation” (Choi).
This value could only ﬁnd expression by individual choice, and when the individual form of expression was repressed into the unconscious, it received an energy charge that activated archaic and infantile dominants” (1971, para. 399), which that dominant choice for Katherine is manipulative and controlling Petruchio and by the situations that occur during the play and her speech at the end the manipulation becomes true when Katherine’s behavior as a woman is changed drastically. The Manipulation escalates to Katherine being manipulated by not only Petruchio but by her father. Katherine’s father favors Bianca more than Katherine which causes the manipulation to trigger a mental illness for Katherine. The struggle of a mental illness is portrayed in the aspects of the play and the symptoms show frequently due to the manipulation and treatment Katherine is receiving, until Katherine finds someone that is aggressive, as well as headstrong that is a rebel with a soft exterior like Katherine, but the person Katherine finds is willing to marry her for selfish motives like taming Katherine and making her domesticated like a wife should
When I look at the Freud’s reading Some Character Types Met with in Psycho-Analytic Work, I get the solution that psycho-analytic work furnished up with the theory of people become ill of a neurosis in consequence of frustration with a real satisfaction. After comparing Freud’s text with Shakespeare’s Macbeth, I can easily say that the thesis of neurosis can be generated when a conflict occurs between a person’s libidinal wishes and his ‘ego’ is verified with the lead female character Lady Macbeth. Lady Macbeth enters the scene after Macbeth starts to thinking about the possibility of being the king. Macbeth has some doubts about this opportunity. However, unlike her husband, she makes her decision at the second she learns about it.
The continual questioning reflects that of a grueling and in part contributes to Ophelia’s later madness. Kenneth Brannagh has said that his interpretation of “Hamlet” suggests that Hamlet is aware of either Polonius and Claudius and Hamlet’s continual repetition of “Get thee to a nunnery” emphasizes his beliefs in all women being morally corrupt. Possibly, Hamlet betrays Ophelia because he ultimately loves her. He is aware of men being “arrant knaves” and as such may be
Through the novel, we can see how Gilead negatively affects the psychology and mentality of the handmaids that makes them to give up to the system and brain washes them. One example is Janine. She is rejecting her victimization and ignorant of her own victimization, Janine looks revolting, pathetic, and distressed. For example, Offered describes Janine as pitiful since she tries to fulfill Gilead’s roles. She describes her how she throws herself into the testifying and feels arrogance in describing her rape story and abortion; subsequently, feels guilty when she had done nothing wrong.
Sexual humiliation comes up a few times in the novel involving both Tereza and Sabina. In Sabina’s case, the bowler hat is important in terms of her secret desire to be degraded by the men in which she sleeps with. “The lingerie enhanced the charm of her femininity, while the hard masculine hat denied it, violated and ridiculed it. The fact that Tomas stood beside her fully dressed meant that the essence of what they both saw was far from good clean fun ... it was
Descartes’ Meditations begin by the Meditator neglecting the existence of all material things and questioning his own existence. These metaphysical questions are aimed to establish a basis from which the Meditator, Descartes, may then build a basis for a clear conception of not only his own existence but also the existence of matter or material things. This then follows into Descartes description to the interaction of mind and matter. Descartes’ distinction of mind and matter begins in the Meditation II. Descartes’ “cogito” is the first distinction of mind from matter.
Anne makes the girls call her Madam and is very cruel to them. While working on her duties, Isabel befriends Curzon, another slave who works for a Patriot Law Officer Mr Bellingham. Curzon tells Isabel of an opportunity to work as a spy to overhear any information from the Locktons concerning the conflict occurring right now. Isabel initially refuses but once she sees Ruth emotionally damaged from the Locktons abuse she immediately realizes they need to escape their owners. Isabel
As the case of Ismene shows, faith in law, and the following the societal expectations, creates someone who is largely complacent. Ismene eventually does come around to her sister’s side, however Antigone stops her from taking the blame in her place. Happy loman is Ismene’s counterpart in Death of a Salesman, he is unwittingly the archetypical product of the system that Willy subscribes to. Happy is a serial womanizer, regarding them more as consumables than equals,