"4.1.68-69 Juliet was putting pressure on Friar to of give her a solution for the horrible situation she was in. Friar probably felt that he had to think quickly to help Juliet, so the solution he gave her was very radical and didn't even promise to work perfectly, and surely enough it didn’t. The Friar made a very ignorant decision when he decided to give a 13 year old girl a potion that was powerful enough to put her in such a deep sleep it will fooled everyone around her into thinking she was dead. Even Juliet had multiple fears before she drank the potion. She feared that she would of woken up too soon before Romeo could of gotten to her, and that she would of woken up and suffocated.
She was furious! “How did those stupid children get out of my house!” The witch went to go look for them! Hansel and Gretel locked all their windows and doors and hid in the attic of their home with their family. As they were hiding Hansel and Gretel were telling their parents how much the mean witch tortured them. Their parents were so mad and ran to the mayor of their town before the witch could even get there.
Grace has painfully explains how she has to go through the ordeals of constantly changing the house which also affects her study; all these due to the sickness of her mother. She narrates, “Some of our neighbors often tell me to keep my mother controlled. Some other people supported me; what mistake did I do in order to get abused by other people. The neighbors belong to a different caste and creed. They find it difficult to accept the wrong-doings of my mother”.
For her search of own space in the society, she rebels against tradition, cancels her marriage and gets isolated in the process. Her family locks her in a room instead of understanding her feelings and her love for the professor. In this context, Maneeta Kalhon’s observation is noteworthy to focus on Virmati’s situation because of family’s ignorance towards her feelings. She observes, “Virmati is caught between family and romantic love. Her family has been shown to be taking all the important decisions of her life on her behalf, still they don’t understand her love for the professor.” (Kalhon 3) The comment by Kalhon explores that Manju Kapur has depicted the very Indian family’s mentality towards women in the
The green police! They broke down the door and grabbed me…” She was so greatly affected by the news that it disrupted her sleep and her conscience. Anne then had a screaming, crying fit that put all the families in the annex at risk. Anne was not thinking of the others and how it affects them greatly; just like Mr. Van Daan when he starts to steal
Being found was one of the most common fear for all of them. They didn't want to be found, ever. Anne was terrified each night having dreams something bad was going to happen to them. They knew where they were hiding was a good place to be. They didn't think too much was going to go wrong until the burglar gave them away.
Margaret White was afraid of the young child Carrie White and decides to kill the baby. At last she plans to grow, but call Carrie White a ‘sin’. Her mind is filled with bad intention on Carrie White’s birth, so she ill-treats Carrie and often ruled her brutally. These incidences make Carrie White to be alone at home and even in her school. By having many sufferings in her mind, she starts to react differently among the people and friends.
Abruptly he rushed her, snatched her hair, punched her and Ammu for her self-protection brought down the heaviest book – The Reader 's process world map book .After this occurrence Ammu concluded that she will leave Baba and returned to her parent ' house because she don’t want the effect of violence and abuse on her small children. The unbeneficial marriage framework appeared to be ridiculous and pointless to Ammu. AMMU ABUSED BY INSPECTOR THOMAS MATHEW At the point when Ammu was denied of each relationship, she was destined to meet the Inspector Thomas Mathew who verbally and physically abused her. He called her
- It’s a huge turn off to have a partner who doesn’t act in maturity. A partner who is more often given to child-like tantrums such as sulking when things don’t go his/her way? Argue or gossip with own kid’s mates don’t make a spouse graceful? Running round to neighbours or phoning up mum and dad, yet constantly crying over every domestic squabble is pathetic for an adult old enough to be in a marital relationship? Sadly, a drama queen gets her daily tonic from such attitude; they will ever have a reason to blame everyone else for everything that has gone awry with their existence.
Medea’s choice of killing her children in her own home is a very heartless, harmful decision that would impose unlimited pain on both her and Jason. In order to achieve maximum possible vengeance, she must flee before her enemies can punish her for her outrage (Segal 17). Her decision to murder her children rids her of the typical motherly image society stamps on women. She portrays more masculine qualities through her behavior and actions, which are very alien traits for women of her time to possess. By transgressing, she disregards the ideal image of femininity that society inexhaustibly promotes.