The character Lila had to leave her schooling and stay at home to look after her two sisters. Women experience social evils in society. They have been treated cruelly which affects them both physically and mentally. In Desai‟s novel Fasting Feasting, Uma‟s cousin Anamika has to face the cruel torture imposed by her husband and her mother-in-law. “Anamika was beaten regularly by her mother-in-law while her husband stood by and approved – or at least, did not object.”(Fasting Feasting, 71) She is beaten by her husband even when she is pregnant.
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.
Also, how our own experiences may actively change due to changes in society (Miles,2001). t actively impinges on who and what we are. It manifests itself in how we relate to each other as human beings and in how we construct our individual and social identities.
He is depressed and contemplates about his state and its effect on his family. His sister, Grete is introduced in the story just by her sobbing when Gregor does not open his bedroom door. After his transformation, she cares for his every need thinking about his welfare and grows in the sight of their parents. As an irony, she is the one who takes the initiative of getting rid of him. The father who earlier looked incapable
"Ah can’t die easy thinkin’ maybe de menfolks white or black is makin’ a spit cup outa you: Have some sympathy fuh me. Put me down easy, Janie, Ah’m a cracked plate." Nanny is beyond exhausted. She grew up during slavery, was raped and had to raise her child, Leafy, without a father. Nanny never got married because she was worried that Leafy would be trampled upon like she was.
Each must continually interact with other organizations and individuals the consumers, suppliers, unions, shareholders, government and many more. Each organization has goals and responsibilities related to each other in the environment. The present day environment id dynamic and will continue to be dynamic. Changes in social, political, economic, technology, and legal environment force organizations to change themselves. Such changes may result in organizational changes like major functions production process, labour-management relations, nature of competitions, economic constraints, organizational methods etc.
Celie lives with her Younger sister Nettie and a brood of half brothers and sisters. She lives a life of abuse and moil with a mother who is sickly and worn out with childbearing and soon dies, and Alphonso, whom she thinks is her father. But who later turns out to be her stepfather. Celie lives like a slave- cooking, cleaning and looking after the other children. She is denied to go to school, because according to her stepfather, she is ‘too dumb to keep going to school’ (CP 9).
It also includes practices that are the unmistakable things we experience, see, listen, and feel in an association. Regularly they incorporate projects, strategies and methods, parts and obligations, and structures and different reports. Comprehensively they may incorporate dialect and acronyms, dress measures, and how work space is planned. Organisational culture is novel for each organisation and one of the hardest things to change. Change management is a way to deal with transitioning people, groups, and associations to a sought future state, for a change to occur the managers must pay close attention to the organisational culture which is the overall theme of an organisation.
When her caretakers and her family decided to appeal a judge to carry out euthanasia on her to rid her of her sufferings, the appeal of was decline. She lay in that coma until pneumonia snatched her life away. All possible resources at the hospital was used to try and get her out of the coma. But, all their efforts were in vain. After all those years of trying and failing to help her, she ended her life having to suffer the dreadful pneumonia before she moved on.
She explains, “My father’s family abandoned me and my mother after his death. We couldn’t get a shelter at my mother’s family as her parents demised. They were against accepting my mentally ill mother”. The mother was Rani’s world and she grew up in a very much-closed environment enjoying only her mentally sick mother’s company. She says, “My mother’s painful life was caused by her friend’s betrayal so I am scared of trusting anyone.