They were having a fight about something. I’ve a feeling about me”(Minot, 297) This passage speaks volumes, starting with the fact that they have moved to a secluded truck symbolizing their success in flirting with her, and have speedily moved things on to peruse sex. She ends with, “I’ve a feeling about me,” the reader assumes she is enjoying being fought over yet there isn’t any hard evidence supporting our theories, plus she doesn’t say that she tried to stop them. This sense of belonging ties in with her search, and the idea that she thinks she finally has found something that she believes makes her fit in. She even states, “I could do some things well.
While Dickens doesn’t use logical reasons he uses something much more powerful; the power of love. The outcome of this proposal would be a positive one because he uses pathos to win over her emotional side, and doesn’t try to force her into thinking she has to marry him so he could benefit. Marriage should not be proposed as a business deal, but as a passionate relationship where both sides will benefit emotionally and physically. Any woman who was confronted by these two proposals would most likely be repulsed by Austen’s but won over by Dickens’. The use of rhetorical strategies is present in both, but the more effective use of them was used by
If a marriage is strong and build on a solid foundation, there is no doubt that any sort of cheating in any way, shape or form would ever occur. It makes one think that the storm not only destroys the characters qualities but it eradicates the trust and faith on which a marriage is built on. Chopin the described Calixtas actions by saying “the generous abundance of her passion, without guile or trickery, was like a white flame which penetrated…” (Chopin 112) can be perceived that Calixta longed for something like this to happen since there was a lack of passion in her
Penelope was extremely clever in this act. Threatening the suitors by saying that the men who give bad gifts will not be chosen to be her suitor was a brilliant idea. Penelope’s intelligent thinking led to her receiving marvelous gifts. This also helped Penelope stall in hopes of Odysseus’s imminent
Positive Thinking and Conflict There are many times in one’s life where a simple positive gesture can make their day. Anne, in “The Diary of a Young Girl” by Anne Frank along with Louise Ogawa in “Dear Miss Breed” by Joanne Oppenheim, display attitudes that not only helped themselves, but gave other people hope. Though some might argue that positivity during a conflicting situation won’t help resolve anything, having a positive outlook on a negative situation can help someone solve their disagreement swiftly and efficiently. The best way someone can respond to conflict is with a positive attitude because it can be a stress reliever, give tremendous benefits to their physical health, and make others around them happier. Having a positive attitude can make people less stressed during a time of conflict.
She saw that he was all alone and she chose to keep him company. When Jack saw how brave and kind she was for doing that he really admired her and was no longer ashamed of genuinely liking Auggie. He saw that others also saw what he saw in him. This novel makes people realize that the things they do and say do matter and do have an impact on others. You should always be kind because you never know who might be watching or listening.
Eve achieved contentment for a brief period through her scheme, however finally lost all happiness by the conclusion of the film. She didn’t realise initially that throughout her process of acceptance in the theatre, she gradually made it known to various characters of her underlying motivation. She demonstrated herself as a loyal friend to Margo Channing, however, showed too much devotion which put Margo on alert. Further, when she made an attempt to seduce a powerful man in the
I know you too. “Yeah, that’s me…” she responded. I replied with an apology: “I’m really sorry I don’t what came over me, I’m very happy to see you again, if I’m being quite honest”. She forgave me. We began talking, and I began falling for her.
For not only does she get more freedom with him by being a merchant, but she also fulfils her previous more mature independent desire for a partner she genuinely likes. Unlike Martin, Arnaud actually takes interest in her wellbeing and treats her with respect; this inspires the emotional bond that Bertrande shows she has for Arnaud when she tries to protect him from having his identity questioned. The dream continues to come true for Bertrande because she also gets the benefit of a good public appearance with Arnaud as she did with Martin. Due to Arnaud posing as Martin, in the public eye she is still the virtuous wife who is loyal to her husband no matter what they have been through. However, Arnaud is
The connection between Charles and Ruth used to good and okay before Madame Arcati was presented. Ruth was acting as a good wife and had an easy open-minded conversation with Charles about Elvira, saying things like, “I’m sure I should. As you talk of her she sounds enchanting. Yes, I’m sure I should have liked her because you know I have