However some female characters like Soraya the prostitute, eventually overrule their men counterparts and stand up for their own cause after periods of hardship and exploitation. Characters such as Melanie Isaacs, Lucy Lurie and Bev Shaw all illustrate vividly the bad image that is associated with females at this current point in society through their everyday experiences. J. M. Coetzee brilliantly expresses the hardship and the poor way women are represented through his literacy techniques and through the realism of the history of this
Susan Glaspell in Trifles shows the fears, and suffering of women towards men ,in addition to conveying a clear image about women and their worries at this age through her plays . For most critics they consider Glaspell the mother of American drama(Bode 65). Glaspell depends on the female characters more than male to raise the voice of women and to prove themselves against men. The setting is one of the most important elements of drama ,Thus Glaspell can choose the best time and place that suits the murder case in Trifles. She concentrates on space and silence in the place that loneliness and space is inside the people ,particularly in their souls and not only outside in the place .
The verbal abuse from this mother and physical abuse from his father shaped Ed into the man he became. His education level could have played a factor as well, but the fact he could read made him educated criminal. Ed’s subservience to this mother also played apart in making him introverted. He was taught that women were dirty and evil, which made his mother a saint in his eyes. His mental state was damaged as a child and later released as an adult.
One of the best examples is when she attempts suicide. Her guilt-brought depression involves emotion regarding the ways she raises Jack. Her attempt in suicide clearly shows that she is emotionally involved and caused her to be emotional, resulting in depression and a suicide attempt. Although it is not Joy who is displaying empathy, one honorable mention is when Jack cuts his hair and says it will give strength to “Ma” when she is taken away after her suicide attempt. This scene shows strong empathy as Jack understands how Joy feels regarding the situation and decided to help instead of being emotionally attached.
The majority of society views conflict as a negative aspect of life, but authors love to use it to benefit their writing. Conflict is common in writing as it is essential to the plot and often numerous other aspects. In Louisa May Alcott's novel, Little Women, the main characters experience a variety of conflicts. In this book, the author uses conflict to develop the characters and show their growth. The four main characters, sisters Amy, Beth, Jo, and Meg, experience Person vs. Self, Person vs.
The desire to understand him and his motivations has kept countless readers engaged in the novel. However the novel teases the reader with the possibility that his sinister behaviors serve to conceal the heart of a romantic hero, or that Heathcliff 's cruelty is merely an expression of his frustrated love for Catherine. Traditionally, romance novel heroes appear dangerous at first, only later to emerge as fiercely devoted and loving so, Heathcliff did conversely when he showed love first, and then he took revenge. (Characters and Setting in Wuthering
Tom’s treats everyone badly and the cause of it is because he’s arrogant and aggressive. He even treats Myrtle badly whom he had a secret affair with. But the biggest conflict or rather said hatred Tom ever had, was when he got to know about Gatsby’s and Daisy’s secret
This is a woman who is unhappy and ends up killing her husband. But, this play has shown me the flaws in that society as the author depicts them such as abortion and homosexuality. I found the play to be somewhat difficult to follow along with because there were so many characters that were speaking especially in the first scene. The first scene depicts a chaotic business area as the clerks were working and the numbers are called out at a high speed. When we watched the video of the first scene in class, it made more sense to me.
Although her shameful indictment of Tom Robinson is unacceptable, she also is a victim of abuse, and she still needs help. If I could talk to her, I would tell her that the first thing to understand is, it’s not her fault for being abused. No one deserves to be abused no matter what they’ve done. I would tell her that there is always something that you can do when you’re being abused, even if you don’t think so. She can talk to other adults she knows, perhaps Atticus.
Betrayal 1.1 - Hurt 1.2 - Trust 1.3 – Forgiveness Betrayal Betrayal has been one of the most prevalent influencing experiences in Louise friendship, not only has it affected her emotionally yet, has also had a large negative affect on her psychologically. Nevertheless, she has learnt to become more understanding and sympathetic to others. 1.1-“”. On reviewing the transcript it is clear to see that Louise is very “hurt” by the bedrayal of her friend. Louise has been best friends with her friend for many years and to have her betray her has resulted in deep emotional pain/ hurt.