If the husband really loves his wife, why must him finds another? Why don 't him just stick to his wife? No wonder why women are easily back off in this case. However, it is proven that polygamy would spoil a marriage. If polygamy is not taken, perhaps that marriage would be
The lie slowly tears Othello apart and causes him to ruin his marriage. Yet, Desdemona stays true to her love for Othello through this hardship. In Othello by Shakespeare, Desdemona is characterized as the ideal woman, but she sacrifices her perfect reputation for her love for Othello. At the beginning of Othello, Desdemona risks her image to marry Othello without her father’s permission; she is driven by her endless love for Othello. When Desdemona marries Othello, she neglects to ask for her father’s permission for the courtship and wedding.
Once they decide on a man, there is no going back and divorce was considered uncommon. The women in the novel, each display their thoughts on marriage. However, Elizabeth Bennett, who is opinionated and passionate about her beliefs, is inclined to disagree with the norms of the society the most. While others believe that marriage is the key to happiness, she disagrees. She is not easily influenced by those surrounding her, even her family, and her honesty and wit allow her to avoid the drama that dominates the society.
Mrs. Bennet satisfied with their daughter getting married because they at least can get a place in the society. Elizabeth who at first rejected Mr. Collins proposal get mad by Mrs. Bennet who said "If you go on refusing every offer of marriage, you will never get a husband and I am sure I do not know who is to maintain you when your father is dead”. Elizabeth rejected Mr. Collins offers because she do not want to married for convenience but she want to get married with the man she love. In the end she married with Mr. Darcy after both managed to overcome their pride and prejudice against each other. Jane who at first sad because Mr. Bingey left Netherfield become happier after Mr. Bingley come back to Netherfield and proposed her.
He says “Dishonesty in a woman is a thing you never blame deeply” (Fitzgerald 58). The “New Woman” idea became more popular as women expressed the desire for a more independent life. The idea that a woman could never amount to be socially or economically greater than men, an ideal that backlashed against the New Woman, is shown again when Daisy explains to Nick that she was saddened when she discovered she had given birth to a girl because all she could amount to was a “pretty fool”. Tom and Myrtle choose to have an affair together not because they are scared to leave their partners, but because they come from two different social classes and cannot marry each other or they will be looked down to by society. The affairs, excessive drinking, and the ideas surrounding women, all show the values of
To start off, Iago insinuates that Desdemona is unfaithful to Othello, as she prefers only people of her „type‟, a class Othello will never belong. Iago convincingly states: “As, to be bold with you,/Not to affect many proposed matches/Of her own clime, complexion, and degree,/Whereto we see in all things nature tends” saying that Desdemona would prefer Cassio, who is like her in age, race, and classIago states: “She did deceive her father, marrying you,/And when she seemed to shake and fear your looks,/She loved them
Portia is still listing meaningful reasons for Brutus to put faith in her, and ends up accidentally degrading herself whilst doing so. She says, “I grant I am a woman; but withal/ A woman well reputed, Cato’s daughter/ Think you I am no stronger than my sex/ Being so father’d, and so husbanded” (Shakespeare, II.i 294-298)? Portia is once again providing a window for the reader to see into the mindset of their time. Her words reflect that she is not accountable for her own worth and personality, only the men who sired or married her show her worth. Brutus, being one of these men, is being directly charmed, as well as possibly accused.
Striking a new environment, Indu marries Jayant, a man of different caste but of her own choice and leaves her parental home. Jayant gives her a feeling of solidity and certainty. Both she and Jayant want to achieve complete happiness, but her marriage with Jayant suppresses her feminity and her human demands. She is physically and spiritually dissatisfied with her husband, who takes her for granted and expects her “to submit’. Her love marriage degenerates into a mere psychological affair and feels that she has abused her body’s sanctity, denial of full experience, satisfaction or happiness.
In her search for happiness through love, Geeta is threatened by her own reluctance to abandon traditional Indian culture. This could invite excommunication from her family, the only support system that she has in America. Geeta is an acceptor of diverse consequences. In opting against the ambiguous outcome of arranged marriage, she distances herself from familial love.
ynopsis Sumana is an unmarried IT professional who dreams of a charming prince to love her madly and marry her. No man in her life has managed to impress her with the kind of qualities she expects and she remains single even after 27 years of age which worries her mother a lot as in Indian wedding market her demand will start to decline if she is not married soon. She searches for potential grooms and insists Sumana to consent to marry any of them but Sumana rejects them for silly reasons. Sumana has a dislike towards relationship before the wedding after witnessing the tragic ending of her college mates’ love stories due to the intervention of the boys’ parents who are against love marriage. They were ready to lose their self-respect to get back their loved ones not accepting that they have failed.