Romeo and Juliet, what a vile love story, that leads to the death of four main characters in a play that only lasted seven days. Romeo, Tybalt, and Paris all loved Juliet to the heart but Juliet knew which one was more important and which one could fade. They each had a different kind of love towards Juliet, but we find out whose love was here to stay as the others passed away. During the entire seven days, this story went down, many events happened to make Romeo (Juliet worst family enemy) to her husband, with the help of there trusty adult friends Friar Lawrence and the Nurse to help them make their choices; which sometimes isn't really the best choice for that scenario. Romeo was the first character to express his kind of love for
First, Blanche agitated Stanley by turning on the radio, and Stella tried to defend her sister. To escape the “lunacy” (Williams 57) of inebriated Stanley, Blanche suggest Stella “go to that woman’s upstairs”. Stella then runs away to escape the “Drunk--drunk--animal thing” (Williams 57) and gains height in her setting by going to Eunice and Steve’s apartment above. In said situation, she gained haven by freeing herself of dangers. When Stella went upstairs she gained control of her situation.
Staying back, Miss Pross struggles to defend the secret as to where the family has gone. In the end, Madame Defarge’s gun is fired: “Miss Pross looked up and saw what it was, struck at it, struck out a flash and a crash, and stood alone- blinded with smoke” (287). Miss Pross runs out and Finds Jerry
Williams’ major female character in A Streetcar Named Desire is Blanche. Blanche is an aging Southern beautiful woman who lives in a state of permanent panic about her fading beauty. Blanche is fatally divided, swinging between the desire to be a young, beautiful lady who concerned with old-fashioned southern ways and a bohemian erring excessive in her appetites. In New Orleans, Blanche hides her real age and vicious past as she tries to attract an appropriate husband to clean up her life (Abbotson50).The loss of security has sent Blanche on a desperate search for protection: “I’ve run for protection Stella, from under one leaky roof to another leaky roof –because it was storm –all storm, and i was caught in the center” (v.114).
This character, Tessie Hutchinson, also hides in the conformity in the beginning, even making humoredly comments such as, “Wouldn't have me leave m'dishes in the sink, now, would you,” as it’s followed by the laughter of other villagers (292). When she arrives for the lottery, she exchanges words with one of her acquaintances, Mrs. Delacroix, which also plays a key role in the theme later. After a long anticipation, the winner of the lottery is chosen, being Hutchinson. Her attitude quickly changes, exclaiming that it wasn’t fair, as the rest of the village closes in on her for the stoning. Even Delacroix selects a stone so big, she must hold it with two
Shakespeare infers that emotional maturity is linked to sexual maturity, and that marriage is a big step that marks a transition into adulthood. Juliet becomes a woman in the eyes of society the night before Act 3 Scene 5, and uses this empowerment in her fight against her mother. Juliet breaks that bond whilst expertly spins double entendres, saying what her mother wants to hear but also saying the exact opposite. She says she will “never be satisfied” until she sees “him - dead - “is (her) poor heart for a kinsman vexed” and this could be taken in two different ways, either she wants to see Romeo dead, or she is sad for Tybalt. Once her father comes in, Juliet attempts to also sever the bond, although he manages to do it all himself, threatening “for my soul, I’ll ne’er acknowledge thee” if she does not end up marrying Paris.
Blanche’s Monologue The passage cited from “A Streetcar Named Desire” reveals the uncommon aspects of her character: the ideal notion of love and seething desire within herself, sexual struggle and conflict, pretentiousness of the ‘grand’ lady and the financially strained woman. It seems like Blanche’ ranting toward Stella but it actually likes Blanche talks to herself.
The novel is set in World War II where Francesca and Carlotta Collings two sisters have run into Bill Sheridan. Frankie immediately falls for Bill though he only has eyes for the reckless and sultry Carlotta. Carlotta does not feel the same way and instead elopes with a gangster. Meanwhile Judith Tyler Stanton who is Carlotta’s niece also falls for Bill and using her political connections to help Bill, makes him sleep with her, albeit begrudgingly. Carlotta dies in a freak accident in 1962 and Bill who is presidential aspirant after serving as Florida governor now marries Frankie.
“A Streetcar Named Desire” is a book from 1947 written by Tennessee Williams. Blanche DuBois is an English teacher from Mississippi who comes to New Orleans to stay with her sister Stella Kowalski. Blanche cannot believe how Stella could be married to Stanley Kowalski who is a Polish, violent and cruel man. She had shown signs of mental instability, but when Stanley reveals information about Blanche’s past to her lover Mitch it all goes downhill for her. Blue Jasmine is a film from 2014 directed by Woody Allen.
Just one of these traumatic events could make a character go mad, but the combination of the three justifies Ophelia’s madness. The use of these three tragic events in Ophelia’s life makes her madness reasonable. The first event to happen that changes Ophelia’s demeanor is her relationship problems with her boyfriend, Hamlet. In Act III, Scene I of the play, Ophelia says to Hamlet “My lord, I have remembrances of yours, That I have longed long
She just yelled at him and told him how spoiled he was. In the movie Mrs. Medlock got mad at Mary for constantly going to see Colin and disobeying her. She locked Mary in her room to punish her, but Mary found a secret door to get to Colin, and they went outside with Dickon to the secret garden. In the book Martha’s mother came to help with the children and was like a mother towards them. In the Movie she never appeared once, they only mentioned her when she gave Mary the skipping rope.
Then the guy put her in the truck and put her in a cage exactly like the one she knew how to bust out of and she was so thrilled she jumped and turned in circles. Once she busted out she started helping the other animals escape, and they all worked together to escape the kennel and they all ran out of it and scattered different ways so they wouldn’t all get caught. Once she knew she was in the clear she just wanted to go home when all of a sudden she saw before and went to it and started remembering her surroundings and figured her way to get
An example of courage would be when Scout rolled thru a tire to the Radley 's place. As realized she was in the Radley yard ,Jem was screaming at her to get out of there. As she said in the novel she heard someone inside the Radley house laughing. Jem accused her of turning into a girl because she forgot the tire. Scout didn 't tell Jem nor Dill the laughing sound created in the Radley 's Place And as the readers know that was the reason why Scout decide not to play the Boo Radley
Mindy 's mother is absolutely freaking out because of everything that has been happening so Mindy promises Marcus she will never be Hit-Girl again. Also Dave wanted to focus on school more, “but as rumors spread of what happened that night it had never been more fashionable to be out there in a pair of pantyhose”.(somewhere at the end of