First deception being between Desdemona, Othello, and her father with the elopement. Next, The lack of communication between the two characters signifies the type of relationship Othello and Desdemona had. Despite the fact that each were loyal to each other, it proves to show how unhealthy their relationship truly was, and reflects how it was in the beginning as well when they eloped and how much it was a bad idea. Iago, however, remained sovereign over their relationship, allowing the loves to fall right into his trap. However, Iago is not the only one that is to take all the blame.
Daisy knows how in love Gatsby was for her and yet claims that she is in love with Gatsby also but is using him to get back at Tom. This shows how selfish Daisy actually is, she does not care about other people’s feelings and only cares about herself. Daisy denies everything that doesn 't benefit her, and in this case she is using Gatsby to get Tom
She is bounded to him emotionally and inwardly, thus she invariably believes the best of him. Her utmost loyalty to him is a result of her naive, obedient and passive nature. Her love for him is unconditional, and her senses are dimmed due to her absolute devotion to Othello. Consequently, she approaches and analyzes his anger, and their arguments emotionally rather than logically. She was loyal to Othello even after he committed murder to her, which is utterly against the moral values .
She doesn't care about Gil or his feelings and she brushes the conversation off like it is nothing. On the other hand both Tom and Daisy cheat without a care in the world of the repercussions or feelings of others because they have no sympathy for those entangled in their ordeals. Paul is a parallel of tom in a way he believes his way is right and him being rich he also believes that his reputation is high and always on the line so he has to one up everyone to show his dominance. Adriana is in ways a parallel to daisy, adriana like Daisy is pursued by the protagonist as she is gils version of his dream girl. Both gatsby with Daisy and Gil with Adriana are examples of tragic love which were never going to happen.
During his affair, Tom doesn’t outright lie to Daisy, but he keeps her in the dark just enough so that he can have his cake and eat it too. Tom’s desire for Myrtle has compromised any moral values he may have had, but also serves to show that he and Myrtle were truly made for each other. While Tom is using Myrtle to stifle his desire, Myrtle is using Tom to achieve her desire of entering into the upper class, even if that means sacrificing her morals by cheating on her
This aids the lack of empathy that Stanley has towards her. Stanley is always questionable about her situation and does not get “swindled” by her methods of seduction or her lies. This resilience to Blanche allows Stanley to remain the “king around here”. During a majority of the play, Blanche attempts to break Stanley’s resilience to her slutty character by flirting with him. Stanley only once breaks this resilience of her sexual tendencies by raping her.
In the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel The Great Gatsby, the author identifies a huge problem throughout the novel. Fitzgerald provided us with many characters that displayed infidelity, for example Tom and Daisy. Daisy stayed married to Tom because of his great deal of money and assets, though deep down, she felt miserable and melancholy about the relationship. On the other hand Tom felt he could do as he pleased because of his physical stature and how much money he had. They would both constantly cheat on each other and have relationships with other partners, however they did not get a divorce due to their own selfish reasons.
To many people this personality would not come off as appealing, but Gatsby had fallen in love with Daisy, her uncaring personality had not bothered him, it was just something she could use to help herself get ahead in life. Like her husband Tom, they both cared about what was best for themselves. And poor Gatsby may have never mattered to Daisy at all. Thought of in harsh ways, “She’s a woman of ‘Vicious emptiness’ of ‘Criminal Amorality,’ a ‘destroyer’ and ‘femme redeemer.’” (The Problem With The
Throughout the story readers can see Mrs. Mallard being characterized through the ironic events. The story says, “And yet she had loved him - sometimes. Often she had not” (8). This shows how Mrs. Mallard cares for her husband but doesn’t enjoy the power he carries over her, which nobody in the story realizes. “She arose at length and opened the door to her sister’s importunities.
In the beginning of The Great Gatsby, Daisy was in love with Gatsby but when Gatsby left to go into the military and she met Tom during his absence. 4. Men were able to do whatever they wanted with other women and not get called out for it, and the wives would stay because that’s the respectful thing to do for their social class, and if women had affairs it wasn’t the same as men having them. 5. Tom has affairs because he knows it is socially acceptable, Daisy will not leave him, and even if Daisy wanted to leave him she would not as it is not acceptable in society.
Daisy, for instance, showcases the lack of morality in people. Initially, she promises Gatsby that she would wait for his release from the military. However, Daisy does not hesitate to go after Tom while Gatsby is away. When Gatsby and Daisy reunite, she strings him along and leads him to believe that she would choose Gatsby over Tom, yet she settles for Tom’s wealth instead. It is evident that she values gold above all else, which is a color commonly associated with greed and corruption.
Although residents of the inner city had been exposed and accustom to violence and crimes, Prohibition had only further escalated the matter. Not only did the lack of reinforcement of prohibition effect America’s judiciary system, it also affected many Americans health. The most notorious bootleggers in Chicago were the Sicilian Genna brothers. “In the five years of prohibition they were Chicago’s biggest bootleggers. Despite their criminal record was a long one, they had obtained a license to make large quantities of industrial alcohol, the raw was then turned into whiskey and gin.
Gatsby did everything for Daisy, but she still betrayed him. She let him think that she loved him when she really didn’t. There was no way that she would have left Tom for Gatsby. Daisy was different. “She was the first nice girl he had ever known.”(148) She had other men and he thought that it “increased her value.” He knew that it wasn’t right for him to be in Daisy 's prodigious house.