In Wuthering Heights, Heathcliff suffers injustice throughout his entire life. Not only was he unwanted as a child but he was also ridiculed for his physical appearance, tormented by Hindley, and emotionally stabbed in the heart by his one true love, Catherine. Although Heathcliff is in a constant search of justice, he does not know how to find it. Throughout the novel, Heathcliff constantly uses revenge in order to seek justice but always ends up more disappointed than he originally starts off as. At Wuthering Heights and Thrushcross grange, Heathcliff does not fit in.
Everyone around Jane tries to repress from releasing her imagination. Her own husband, John tries to belittle and mistreat her till she has no self confidence. In the story, her husband treated her as a fragile being which eventually led to her mental deterioration. In Charlotte Gilman’s, “The Yellow Wallpaper” Jane, the narrator, descends into madness and loses her sanity. This suggest the theme of “The Yellow Wallpaper” is mental instability due to being confined and repressed by her loved ones.
Kaleigh Gardella, the main character, is affected by many internal and external conflicts. Kaleigh’s father, Raymond Gardella, is alcoholic and abuses her because his wife is rarely home and he feels that sexually abusing his daughter is the only way to make up for it. Because Raymond is making Kaleigh the replacement for his wife, he also controls her and does not allow her to date. Kaleigh’s best friend, Ian, is in love with her and she knows it, but cannot and will not let herself be with him. She always thinks the worst of herself and believes that she is not worthy of his love, thinking that she will only break his heart even though she clearly loves him back.
At first, he really cannot accepted the situation that his wife betrayed him until he nearly killed someone. After that, his live become worse as he keep angry to people surrounding him including his parents. He also cannot listening to his wedding’s song and will creates riots after listening the song. He was also blaming himself reasons for his wife betrayed him. However, he changed his thought and attitude in the mental institutions.
She cannot separate Tom from his father’s memory and is so paralyzed by a fear of being left again that she talks him out of any future dreams he has. By comparing the two, Amanda takes away Tom’s individuality. Because she sees Tom as another version of her husband, he is not given a fair chance to accomplish the things he wants. He is forced to pay for what his father did, which makes it almost impossible for him to move on from the past. Amanda inflicts her pain on her son, forcing the whole family to stay in the past.
In this way, Tom is able to maintain composure and convince Daisy to stay with him. On the other hand, Wilson becomes completely distraught and is unable to think rationally upon discovery of his wife’s affair. This can be seen by Nick’s description of Wilson that “he had discovered that Myrtle had some sort of life apart from him in another world, and the shock had made him physically sick”(67). It is clear that knowledge of Myrtle’s affair has imposed a tremendous amount of stress on Wilson, so much to the point that he became sick. Additionally, George makes some poor choices as a result of this stress, including locking up Myrtle in the room and threatening to force her to move west.
As a result they discover that they are, instead, enemies. Emotions were one of their biggest repelling forces in their relationship. Emotions such as jealousy tears at Gene and Finny’s relationship. Gene’s inability to cope with his envy and their lack to share emotions between one another fuels Gene’s anger towards Finny. His anger eventually leads himself to crazy conclusions and ultimately the death of his best friend.
They did not believe in women 's roles. Okonkwo verbally shut down the importance of woman in the society along with the other men and Ibo. When Okonkwo was upset with his wives or any other woman in his life he would abuse them to show who has a seniority. Letting the village exile him was disappointing because it showed that he no longer had power. Through committing suicide he held all the power in his life.
After his precious father’s death, Hamlet have become deeply depressed. His mother’s quick movement to engage with his uncle or now his father, King Claudius. Depressed and frustrated by his mother’s deed but unable to reveal his feelings aloud. The more he keeps his feeling hidden within his heart, the more overwhelming his emotion becomes. He knows, this is a bad sign.
Hagar’s sorrow kills her, and her last words are “He’s never going to like my hair” (317). Hagar’s obsession with Milkman ended her life. Both the relationships of Milkman and I held a level of significance we didn’t expect. As a result, the abandonment of these relationships had serious