In the play ‘A Doll’s House’ by Henrik Ibsen, the role of macaroons play a major role as they represent Nora’s dishonest behavior towards Torvald. Nora is completely a different person in front of Torvald; however, she tries to shield things that she does which Torvald doesn’t like. In reality, their marriage seems to be falling apart as she is not happy being with her husband as he tells her not to have macaroons, as the macaroons will damage her teeth and destroy her beauty. The macaroons present image of Nora’s longing to be liberated. She wants to have her own personality and will to live a life where no one stops her from doing what she gets pleasure from.
The first source I found was The Great Gatsby with one character specifically named Gatsby who was fighting for the American Dream. Although Gatsby’s life didn’t end the way he hoped, he did live his American Dream. His American Dream was to be with the women he loved while showing off his riches to get her. Which he did do, he lived in a mansion and after five long years was able to grab her attention. In addition to doing the impossible he started his life as the son of poor farmers and ended as a successful and rich man.
She supports Cory during the football recruitment. Also, she raises Alberta’s child. She is the one who keeps the family together. Moreover, Cory spends his whole life trying to be like his father until he starts trying to be himself. After his father ruined his chances to go to college and play football, he still manages to become successful in life.
She’s jail bait all set on the trigger”’(51). He then warns Lennie about being around her. George will not allow Lennie to spend time with her, because he is afraid that it would cause a quarrel. Later on in the novel, Crooks, Lennie, and Candy are talking when suddenly Curley’s wife appeared. Then men stop talking, and Crooks says to her, ‘“You gotta
Neither he nor his wife would admit to his lechery in the aforementioned questioning, their reputation would be destroyed, even if it meant that the truth was shown. In Act Two, John has an outburst at his wife’s arrest, seeing as it would deface his family name saying to the court officials, “God will not let you wash your hands of this!”(204). Proctor blamed the court for his family legacy being ruined. In the last scene of the play, Proctor perfectly sums up the importance of the legacy behind the name. Proctor cries out, “I have given you my soul; leave me my name!” (240).
But in all reality someone was keeping Boo in that house and didn’t want him talking to anyone outside of the walls in his house. Scout didn’t think this and that shows her immaturity. Scout starts to get bullied at school because of the Tom Robinson trial and everyone is saying bad things about her dad right to her face and she feels like she has to protect him by fighting everyone that says anything. Atticus explains everything to her ands even though he is getting all this negativity out towards him he has to keep fighting even though he probably won’t win. In chapter 9 Atticus says, “simply because we were licked a hundred years before we started is no reason for us not to try to win.” After this
Last, when the kids kept Margot from having fun it shows jealousy. The first example of jealousy changing someone’s actions is where the kids locked Margot in a closet. This shows that the kids were jealous that Margot remembers the sun and they don’t. The kids’ jealousy keeps on controlling them by making them be mean to Margot. Jealousy shouldn’t control people’s actions.
Though Judy tricks Dexter and goes with another guy. Thus Dexter fails to marry her due to her personality; he became engaged to Irene Scheerer. All the sudden he meets Judy ad break up with Irene for her, still he leaves for war in World War I and cannot marry her. In the short story "Winter Dreams" by F. Scott Fitzgerald, similes, irony, and symbolism help the reader
Everyone on the team is your brother and with that is going to come fighting but you get through it. Football really changed my life without it i wouldn't have so much friends/brothers and wouldn't be in shape. This game gets you physically and mentally strong and I would probably be unhealthy and overweight if I never played. Many family members don't want you to play but because you have fell in love with it you can't stop. For example my grandparents think that there is something wrong with me because I keep playing football and i always get hurt.
While he’s in jail, Abigail asks him to run away with her to Boston so that they could be together and so that he wouldn’t get hung; John refuses. John is put on a trail and won’t confess to witchcraft, so he is hanged. The whole reason Abigail started all this witchcraft mess was so that she could get rid of Elizabeth and marry John, and John is the one who ends up getting killed. If Abigail and John never would have had an affair, then Abigail wouldn’t have wanted to marry him, and she wouldn’t have asked Tituba to do Voodoo, which is what gets the girls in trouble to start with. John and Abigail’s affair caused them to have a complicated relationship, which turned into Abigail doing Voodoo, which led to the girls getting caught and being accused of witchcraft.