Throughout the story, it portrays her struggle, a woman that wants to free herself from an abusive husband. Slim, the main female character of this movie faced the common dilemma by woman around the globe, domestic violence. She was violated by Mitch, her own husband that once was so lovable. All she did was demand an explanation from Mitch regarding Darcelle. However, he refused
Jalil had no choice, but to let Mariam live with him and his family. Jalil’s wives were resentful towards Mariam. Later she was introduced to Rasheed, a man triple her age, during their time of committing the abuse starts. Mariam became submissive, there was no one to save her even her own father, so she accepted her fate of being a wife and a possession. Laila is the second protagonist who is introduced halfway through the story.
Named after the protagonist, Euripides play ‘Medea’ brings out the sufferings of a lonely wife, seeking revenge from her husband after he betrays her. To some extent, Medea’s actions towards her husband are reasonable. Despite Medea’s love for her children, she slays them both to return the same feeling of loss towards Jason after he betrays her. Her actions were understandable since Jason only wanted his children for power. However, Medea also ends up proving that her husband was right because her actions were indeed barbarous.
(2013), by putting this in consideration Mayella Ewells deceived herself, poured her anger on hopeless man, she uses her powers to oppress who is weaker than her, she was angry of society, angry because her father oppresses her. She wants a better life for herself. She found herself a mother for her siblings, she didn’t go to school, and when she liked a black man and seduced him. He is the one that she can control and everything else she is just powerless. She was devastated when he refuses her; she wanted to remove him from her way, instead of telling the truth she accused him of raping her fact that making advance towards Tom Robinson (the black man) gives Mayella power.
Even though Cassia breaks the rules and loves Ky her parents love her and understand her. In addition to that they support her with finding Ky. So this shows that love between parents and their children still exist and in this case the parents break the rules and lie to the society just to help their own children. The system is incapable to control the love between parents and children and this love is stronger than the power of the government. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CASSIA AND HER GRANDFATHER For Cassia her grandfather is a very important person in her life.
Mammachi endures all of these ill-treatments until her educated son rescues her, but the result was her son starts to dominate her life after that. Chacko takes the control of her factory and pushes her aside without concerning her dedication to establish and maintain the factory before his arrival. As well as the ill-treatments from her husband, the negligence of her son also is accepted by Mammachi, since that is the way that the patriarchal society functions. Roy portrays the character of Ammu as a rebel against both patriarchy and her marginalization as a woman. She never enjoys the privileges that Chacko enjoys because of her being a woman and during this period women were marginalized merely for the reason of their being women.
The apartment is his mother’s. The idea of manhood to Walter is more than just running the household but supplying for his family and allowing them to be happy. At the time, the Younger family is struggling financially and they the mother of travis, Ruth, is going to have another baby. He then blames his relationship with his wife as holding him back from becoming a good husband. This shows that Walter can’t do anything while himself and his family does not believe in him.
Schemes dominate Regina’s life, causing her to put on a mask of nicety. She pressures her daughter into marrying a man she does not love, she blackmails her brothers several times in order to achieve her goal, and she allows her husband to die in front of her when she could have easily prevented it. This appears to be at least somewhat similar to what Amanda does to her children right? Pressuring, blackmailing, and causing their lives to be miserable, for some personal gain. However, this is not how I see Amanda, even with her schemes.
In this play, all the women characters are examples of exploitation prevalent in educated urban families. It also shows that women cannot be suppressed for a very long time.If they are not heard for long, they will fight back.Their fantasies in Bravely Fought the Queen arm themselves at the end of the play to fight back. Alka very boldly questions the authority of her husband and asks for an explanation for his disloyalty. She also exposes the betrayal of her brother for not revealing the existence of homosexual relations between her husband and her brother.Alka is all armed to fight back and to question the norms set by men for women.The audienceis instantly reminded of Dolly who says “And we can all go – bravely fought! The queen!
She did various sundry woks to sustain her family. Even she won the court case that she fought against the Doctors. But her husband doubted her chastity; so that she decided to leave his company. She found it an insult of her womanhood when her husband doubted her marital loyalty. It made her commit suicide twice.