The secret marriage deeply wounds her father to the point that he has the right to kill her. She is sacrificing her life for her love of Othello; the implications of this show how deep the love of the two love birds runs. Even though her betrayal is unforgivable, her father decides that her death would be undesirable blood on his hands, therefore, Desdemona’s act of secrecy taints her image with a seed of doubt. By gaining Othello’s love, Desdemona loses the love of her father and ruins her credibility in his eyes, which causes him to cast her out and exile her from their home. Desdemona gains what she values most, Othello, but loses the love and protection of her father, and risks
It 's quite sad, really. Selling herself, she reminds him of her devotion, backseat antics and how the other women he may be entertaining would ignore him if he wasn 't successful. In a similar vein, on "Love Drought" she pouts "Tell me, what did I do wrong?... Am I not thirsty enough?... Spend my life in the dark for the sake of you and me...
This metaphor is ironic because the intense brightness described creates parallels to images of clarity and “things coming into light” however, Blanche is instead blinded by the light of love and falls into the shadows of delusion (6-7). Furthermore, light contrasts dark visually in the same way that Blanche’s desire for a relationship contradicts
Overall she is justified in her decision because she wasn’t happy,she didn’t want to marry thenderdil,and she was tired of hearing it simply wasn’t done. While some may argue she isn’t justified. If she had choose to live in linderwall she wouldn’t have been happy. Therefore this shows that Cimorene is justified.
Furthermore this accentuates on how Blanche managed to acquire what she wanted, the dim light. It also lays emphasis on how it allows Blanche to be who she chooses to be, implying her that she feels superior to Mitch whilst also allowing her to be attractive to him in the dark. To conclude we can say that Blanche’s delusional state is emphasised through the theme of light throughout the entire play. It accentuates her desperate attempts to escape the
He strikes her with that knife knowing it’d probably be minutes till his demise. But he is not that lucky. After she lies with Desdemona taking her last breath, it is decided he isn’t going to die, he is to be tortured until the very end. It’s ironic that all the reasons for his wanting revenge, become even less logical with the road he pursued. He once said “Wife for Wife”(Shakespeare 2.2.13) speaking of his revenge upon Othello, only to lose his wife entirely, emotionally and physically because of his shenanigans.
Creon’s strong feelings about Antigone burying of her brother transgressed him as the tragic hero because his stubbornness against her caused everyone to turn on him. Such as when Creon is talking to Antigone and he tells her “ In all of Thebes, you’re the only one who looks at things this way.” To which Antigone replies “They share my views, but they keep their mouths shut just for you.” This shows how Creon’s slowly being turned against because his stubbornness.
In this light, it makes sense that Frozen’s male characters are not a strong part of the storyline. They are only supporting characters. The leading narrative arc revolves around selfless love and the act of sisterly sacrifice. That being so, the villain narrative is gradually becoming less important or even altogether obsolete as kinship and rejection to heteronormativity is strongly
In the poem she says, "And rend my garment of my life,..". Which practically means her life is ruined. So, I think that whatever his request was it was really heart wrenching. But because of her love for him she would not disobey what he wants. Her response suggest that she really is brave, but also depressed.