Her father took her to a new place and showed her her stepmother. Her mom just passed away and now her dad got remarried, this is too much for her. With things just happened Jameela fully could show up her discouragement or say something that against her new stepmother and her father. However, she did not do that. “ Still, Mor would not like it.
It is clear he is jealous and upset that he thinks white people can have it all while others have to suffer. He dreams of improving his social class and desires to make money for his family. •Beneatha- Beneatha dreams of becoming a doctor. She loves the idea of being herself and following her passion. Although people judge her for wanting to be a doctor she ignores it and doesn’t let anything, not even money prohibit her from pursuing her dream.
Suddenly, the pursuit of her American Dream comes to an abrupt halt, she resigns from most of the things she has achieved so far: her professional career and independence. She decides to take care solely of the family and household, but this does not bring her happiness: “Growing up, her mother’s example – moving to a foreign place for the sake of marriage, caring exclusively for children and a household – had served as a warning, a path to avoid. Yet this was Ruma’s life now”. This tale revolves around the visit of Ruma’s widowed father, a retired old Indian American She is familiar with the Western culture where people are more independent without loosing the Indianness in her thoughts .Her mother’s death makes her identify strongly with Indian heritage. Ruma lives immersed in the memories of her dead mother, and even though it contradicts her American upbringing, she starts imitating her example.
era. According to www.ranker.com Cleopatra; well known and public figure contributed to this negative affect on society today. The website article states “First affair with Julius Caesar bored him a son. After his death Cleopatra took another lover and husband by the name Marc Anthony, the love affair produced three children but didn 't safeguard her kingdom as she hoped. The events above show women would use their bodies to bore children as a loving mother would but not to protect and love their families, to protect and love what is desired.
But, on the other hand, she takes the point of view of a liberal humanist, because her protagonist Sumitra never accuses her husband for leaving her in the midst of` her life, neither does she impose the responsibilities of her children to her husband. Every human being is different, so is his point of view. Marriage is such a bond where two human beings should live side by side, hand in hand in every situation. If anyone doesn’t want to be with the other, none should compel the other one. Sumitra is definitely hurt by her husband’s behaviour, but, her self-respect makes her strong.
Because of her illicit love affair and traditional patriarchal set up, Virmati is entrapped in a psychological dilemma about her family status, traditional norms, her engagement with canal engineer Indrajit, her illicit love and her desire for education. The pressure of family expectations and her own aspiration makes her depressed. Virmati becomes aware that if she thinks about her family’s reputation, she has to sacrifice her love and aspirations. Her confusion grows and suffering too. She does not want to marry the canal engineer, she protests her family and tells them let Indumati (her younger sister) be married with him.
Nora is firm to her choice. Thus Ibsen in his culture and atmosphere in his way of life shows Nora as a strong and revolting, voicing against the age ached figment of women who were performing detached what's more, subordinate role in the family. Savitri does not reach to this stature however she revolts. R. K. Narayan does not mean to demonstrate a woman breaking family servitudes for her own freedom in Indian culture. Indeed, even after 60 years from Nora's call his courageous woman never got to be distinctly imitative to move others to react her revolt.
Sam liked him too but not sure about the love was careless in her attitude. Further, the traditions of society separated them and Sam got hitched. John, with his dreams shattered decided to move on in his life. As destiny would have it, Sam not long after her wedding started thinking about him. As a loyal wife, she would always distract her mind and took her feelings to be meaningless.
She too liked him but she never thought of marriage. After a long silence she replied, ‘Yes I’ll come with you. I’m tired of the life I am living.’ Anju escaped with Ravi to his village in Madhya Pradesh. Ravi’s family was dissatisfied with his decision but as they loved him they accepted Anju. His family consisted of his mother, Mataji, his elder brother, Mohan and sister in law, Darsha.
No doubt Shagun gives preference to other relationship over the relationship in which she is bound by the institution of marriage. Shagun’s passion for Ashoka dwindles due to the sudden heart attack of Raman, “the horrible guilt she was experiencing, the children’s behavior, her mother’s pressure, and Raman’s unspoken hopes” (Custody 106). One significant flow of thought in the solitary moments that weakens her intense longing to spend her rest of life with Ashok was, “ How many times had her lover told her that women had a right to their own lives?” (Custody 104). Shagun is confirmed that if she will resume her life with Raman then it would be devoid of any marital relation with her husband. Weakened by such self deliberations, Shagun makes up her mind to say good bye to Ashok.