In life it is easy to trust your friends, they are there for you and always have your back. But if you 've got a feeling your friend doesn’t have your back, is just using you, or is trying to turn you away from your other friends and family, when is enough going to be enough for you stop believing them? In Shakespeare 's play Othello, he teaches that a person is completely blind to manipulation when it comes from their friends. Othello demonstrates perfectly how people are more trusting of friends and blind to their manipulation. Iago lies to Othello and at first he doesn 't believe him, but Iago is a close friend so, Othello lets Iago convince him that he is telling the truth.
I love that she was able to find a slight bit of contentment in addressing all the individuals who have said or did something cruel, just because she does not have perfect measurement by society standards, but that should not matter. She should not allow any person who goes out of their way to offend someone else a second of her time nor cause her an ounce of pain. Cheryl Peck put her heart and tears in to her essay “Fatso” with intentions on getting through to people in society even if it’s just a few. To let them know the pain and hate that being mean and spiteful to a person because they don’t fit your idea of the right size. If they do not like what their eye’s see, then they do not have to look.
In the first couple pages, it describes Susan (the main female character), and her ability to spot the “sweet guys”. Although her friends poked fun, she always preferred to avoid issues, because “”a troublemaker will give you trouble””(Baxter, 2). Right from the start, Susan displays humility, displayed in her unchanging opinion on men. As described in the definition of humility, it is not the lack of self confidence; it is knowing your own facets and beliefs, and applying them as
Cynthia pretends that she doesn’t have to practice things to get good at them, but in reality, she has to practice a lot to get good at something. She tries to make everyone think that things just come naturally to her and she is just good at things. Squeaky likes people who don’t pretend or put on a mask, but instead people who are themselves and don’t put on a mask. Cynthia likes to pretend and put on a mask, but Squeaky on the other hand, likes to be herself and doesn’t like to pretend to be something she’s not. Another quote that supports the author’s message is, “The biggest thing on the program is the May Pole dancing, which I can do without, thank you, even if my mother thinks it’s a shame I don’t take part and act like a girl for a change….
People can find their way on their own, but other times they need a push. In the beginning, Cassia makes it very evident that she believes that the Society is as close to perfect as any society could and has gotten. She also feels that here is no need, nor reason to want to stand out, but when her grandfather and Ky express that the society is wrong through illegal objects, Cassia starts to understand. Love causes problems and feelings that you hate, but hate you are willing to feel. As the plot progresses, Cassia realizes that she loves both Xander and Ky, but she loves Xander in a different way then she loves Ky. To want to grow, you have to want the change that comes along with it.
Immediately Macduff says “Look to the lady”(II.iii.115). This causes the rising tension to dispel and once again, the coast is clear. No one is even slightly skeptical about Lady Macbeth’s sudden faintness. In fact, they suspected her to stay true to her delicate female nature, thus throwing suspicions away from both Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. While Lady Macbeth harnesses her womanhood to the full potential, she is also willing to detach herself from the stereotypical
By wishing the ultimate best for her patients, She shows that she does not wish to harm them or degrade them directly like an antagonist would. Bromden’s bias perspective, and Nurse Ratched’s caring intent prove that Kesey did not make her the antagonist of the story. Broaden turns to McMurphy for help and he brings more chaos than Nurse Ratched ever intended to endure. The nurse left after seeing her lack of control and order of the
During these times, Tom saw nothing wrong with his cheating. Although, when Daisy went out to have fun or when he found out she was cheating, he tried to force her to suppress (5) her actions. It never worked because Daisy was a free woman to herself; she would do what she wanted, whenever. Fitzgerald showed in the book that Daisy’s feelings fluctuated (4) between Tom and her secret man, Gatsby. She loved Tom, but she loved Gatsby too.
Her innocence and purity are shown through her faithful actions, but it is her unawareness of Iago’s manipulation that leads reader 's’ to pity Desdemona. Ultimately, it is Iago that has falsified Othello’s mind of Desdemona’s affair, however, she continues to
She does not commit any adultery in the way that Othello perceives it due to Iago’s deviousness. She is known for being kind and friendly, yet being to kind is her tragic flaw. Therefore Desdemona is a tragic hero as her sorrow is not caused by her errors, she is overcome by forces she has no control over. Being to friendly to Cassio causes a chain of events that lead to Othello’s jealousy, "This honest creature doubtless / Sees and knows more, much more than he unfolds." (Act 3, Scene 3).