Presentation `That Long Silence` is an acclaimed novel by Shashi Deshapande. In this story the creator uncovers a fascinating photo of a standard working class taught lady. The name of the hero is Jaya who lives with her spouse Mohan and two youngsters Rahul and Rati. The story totally spins around jaya her wedded life and her part as a loyal wife. She assumes the part of a loving mother, loyal to her in-laws and her relatives.
When problems come into your life, how do you go about solving them? How do you overcome these problems in times of hardship, heartbreak, and anguish? The poems “Here Follows Some Verses Upon the Burning of Our House,” by Anne Bradstreet, “World in Hounding Me,” by Sor Juana, and Narrative of the Captivity by Mary Rowlandson,” were all written by women who showed how they faced their problems with their braveness or help through God. These women showed us how they stayed strong and how they believed in God during times of hardship. As you read these poems you will be able to see how these three women endured hard times by keeping their faith in God and believing in him during their journey.
Foster returned the story to the front of the public’s mind, disguising her message as a call to virtue, and artfully crafting her novel to convey her feminist views. At the time the novel was written, conduct books were quite common, and this book could easily pass for that. But, while it does warn against becoming a coquette, it also brings up the idea of love and independence. Eliza chose not to marry Boyer, which while that ultimately was her demise, it also elucidates that women do in fact have the right to choose and control their own lives. Eliza refused to marry someone who would be very stable for her, because she knew there was more to life than that.
Mother Archetype Mothers are seen occasionally as the strangest, craziest, altruistic people who have ever been encountered. However some argue that they are the complete opposite. The basic perception of mothers that they are loving, caring, and very nurturing, and this makes up the mother archetype, not only modern day but records and perceptions that date back to ancient history. Although it has come along way, Mothers play a very important role in modern day theatre, literature, and even stories dating back to the biblical era. In ancient texts, we see this role being played by Thetis, Achilles mother in Greek mythology.
She tries to ignore all the affections that she doesn’t want from her husband. As the poem comes to an end the speaker talks to the ladies from an experience that if you do such and such, it would make your more wiser and happier. A woman must remember her importance and cherish her values as a strong individual. “Value yourselves, and men despises/ you must be proud, if you’ll be wise” (23-24). She ends the poem with a strong inspirational opinion, that even if a man breaks you down and does not value you, you have to value yourself, and must be proud of yourself, and for that you will be
The layers of details crafted into the characters are so detailed that the readers are easily immersed into the story. The anxiety and hardship of raising two kids while being a single parent are all too real and relatable these days. Not only that, but mix it up with a daughter who is having an identity crisis and another that needs emotional support and you’ve got a mother that has her hands
While the main character lives her life very successfully and seems to achieve many things independently, she still follows a path that keeps her from fully maturing as a woman. Early in her life she is very successful. She travels abroad, absorbs new cultures, and graduates from college. She marries the ideal husband and makes a beautiful home, but it does not fulfill her. The closer she gets to success, the further she strays from her own independence and self improvement.
“For the girl grew to be beautiful and gentle, affectionate and sincere.”(Desiree 1) By these quote the author’s description makes the characters from the story more realistics for the reader. In “Desiree’s Baby” by Kate Chopin uses direct and indirect characterization to describe the character of Madame Valmonde, Desiree, and Armand Aubigny. Characterization is the process by which the writer reveals the personality of a character. Direct characterization tells the audience what the personality of a character is. It actually tells you why that person is how it is in the story why he is mean or why he is a lonely, caring, loving person.
The protagonist Tara ventures to expand the boundaries of wedding, love and sex. The title of the novel is embedded with significant meaning with irony. It connotes that daughters are graceful asset for a family and so their dealings ought to be desirable and enviable. They should behave as per the prescribed socio-cultural ideals and values. The daughters who overlook the ways and behavior of ‘Luxman Rekha’ would not be accepted and appreciated.
The theme of this story is one of personal freedom and trying to be true to yourself while being a part of something else, like a marriage. During the book Mrs. Mallard was in a mixed emotions with her hearing about her husband dying and her being emotional about it, her telling herself that she is finally free and then finding out he was alive when he walked through the door. In "The Story of an Hour" the central idea would be when she posits the idea that a woman's life may actually be better without a husband. It was a radical idea at the time. In the older days it was assumed that women were the lesser sex and that men needed to make the important decisions in a family.