Some people may rebuke that love had created them and was not made from hatred. Even if their parents were in love doesn’t mean that their children wouldn’t follow their footsteps because at the end it is that love actually starts the driving force of hatred. Later, Montague is speaking after the death of the star crossed lovers,”Alas, my liege, my wife is dead tonight! Grief of my son’s exile hath stopped her breath,” (Shakespeare, 5.3.232-234). This is the final death of the whole play causing 5 deaths in total because of the plague.
This outspokenness is foreign to this time period because women were supposed to be seen and not heard and rarely seen at that. Beatrice shows that she is not constrained by the stiff social conventions that it leads one to believe that Shakespeare found himself averse to having his heroine submit to any form of male superiority. Her eventual decision to become romantically involved was the result of some trickery on the part of some other characters. Furthermore, females were able to speak their minds but their thoughts and ideas were shaped by men as made evident in the case of marriage. Hero had very little say in marrying her father going so far as to plan her wedding date for her.
In India, an average of five women a day is burned in dowry-related disputes and many more cases are never reported. Early marriage, especially without the approval of the girl, is another form of human rights violation. Early marriage followed by multiple gestations can disturb the health of
Therefore, the main characters of this novel, the Bennet family, who were having five unmarried daughters, were struggling to assure their future, by marrying them in the upper-class: A single man of large fortune; four of five thousand a year. What a fine thing for our girls! (Austen, 1970:2). However, the second novel has in front the upper-class portrayed by Sir Walter and his family, who were on the edge, (the recklessness expenses of Mr. Walter brought them in an unwanted position), risking to lose their standing in the high society. No matter which their situation was they were negating it.
In the end, all abandon Faustus, the scholars and the Good Angel leaving him to face the torturing devils alone. His mutilated body is later found, and the Chorus enters to explain the tragic lessons to be learned from Doctor Faustus 's regretted choices.” 7 Conclusion Overall, Christopher Marlowe was a great Elizabethan playwright; he wrote the moral play doctor Faustus, he was famous for his proposed “atheism” which turned out to be likely false or not as we know “atheism” now and used it to cover up the fact that he was a spy, but authorities possibly killed him for being accused of “atheism” which opened up many mysterious things about his life. In my opinion Marlowe was a catholic sympathizer and used his reputation as an atheist to hide his secret life as a spy and draw more
In Chaucer’s Wife of Bath Tale, it repeatedly references the Wife’s five marriages that took place at the church door. However, priests were not able to allow the marriages of bigamists, so the marriages could not have realistically taken place at the church door. In addition, it also portrays the social status of widows. The representation of them shows the “anti feminist and antividual ideologies. The widows are the two mother-in-law in the Man of Law’s Tale.
When offered 10,000 roubles by Mr. Svidrigraïlovs in order to compensate for any grief that he caused, Dounya completely rejects the money and states to her mother and brother “I was tempted by his money, but on my honor, brother, I had no idea he was such a base man. If I had seen through him before, nothing would have tempted me! Don’t blame me, brother “(270). Even in the situation that Dounya is in financially speaking, unstable and more than likely, bankrupt, she rejects the sum of cash that she could surely change her life as it is not worth, to her, the honor. Similarly, Dounya does not marry Luzhin, who could be a very easy way out of life in poverty, because she does not truly wish to marry him.
They probably were unaware of the fact that even after conversion, they are going to face the same problem of caste division and humiliation. Lower castes barely got themselves any fruits; nevertheless, they brought it always on the occasion of New Year and Christmas for the church offering. In return, the sign of cross was placed across their foreheads . This offering was not out of devotion rather force. Paraiyar people hardly had money for two square meals a day but they had to give this
The only time that they are civil with one another is on Sundays for church. Again this instance of Christian morals and contradictory behavior pushes Huck away from civilization since they are only at peace during church, but do not apply what is preached to their own lives. In this manner, they strive themselves on being good Christian people, but cannot see the wrongness of trying to kill one another. When Huck asks the youngest son Buck why he meant to kill the other son he replied “Him? He never done nothing to me” (127) but it was an account of tradition that continued the practice.
Brutality of Indian Society pertaining to Caste and Gender: Phoolan was married at a tender age of eleven years. When children do not even know what marriage means, Phoolan was sold off by her ‘own’ father to Puttilal- a man thrice Phoolan’s age and eventually whom we see as her husband. Such is the condition of these lower caste women that