The chorus says, “You are right Medea” (L 266). She voices women’s loss of power over their bodies and economies. And how they became trapped in the their own household. Medea explains, “With an excess of wealth it is required/ For us to buy a husband” and notes to not take a “master” is worse (L 232-234). Here she passionately speaks out against the injustices she faces as a women.
Scorning God’s gifts! Wringing her hands” (129), the Aunts, under the government’s decree, allow their religious tendencies and own personal beliefs to overshadow the women’s right to choose. Earlier in the novel, during a ritual called “Testifying”, the women are publicly humiliated by being compelled to share private and traumatic experiences. One handmaid, Janine, steps forward and shares her ordeal of being gang raped at 14 and then having an abortion, to which she is met by
You have killed me—and thriven on it” (Brontë 140) The second victim is Linton who loves and respects Catherine. Nevertheless, she does not love him, she marries him for a purpose as mentioned above. Her husband (Linton) is a victim of her behaviors which full of violence. She slaps him on his face because she feels angry. Moreover, when Linton asks her to choose between him and Heathcliff, she chooses Heathcliff.
(2013), by putting this in consideration Mayella Ewells deceived herself, poured her anger on hopeless man, she uses her powers to oppress who is weaker than her, she was angry of society, angry because her father oppresses her. She wants a better life for herself. She found herself a mother for her siblings, she didn’t go to school, and when she liked a black man and seduced him. He is the one that she can control and everything else she is just powerless. She was devastated when he refuses her; she wanted to remove him from her way, instead of telling the truth she accused him of raping her fact that making advance towards Tom Robinson (the black man) gives Mayella power.
We can say that all mentioned figures, numbers and roles are the evidence of the stereotype " Women are weak by nature" is totally wrong. Stereotypes can have bade influence on motivation, they can cause for stress of stereotyping group. If criticized person could not be able to do anything for peoples ' beliefs they start to become isolated and feel lonely. Despite making much attention to peoples ' mistakes we should start paying more attention to how each person is unique. Our first president Islom Karimov said " Woman is a teacher, a doctor, a cook, an architect, an engineer, a designer, an actress, a singer.
Moreover, she imposes rules on her last born daughter thereby diminishing her decision-making ability. The verdict to stop the marriage between Tita and Pedro was not only cruel but also led to increased loneliness for her daughter. I am convinced that the mother is excessively harsh on her child, and every slight protest is met with angry tirades and physical violence. For instance, Mama Elena subjected Tita to beatings when she was accused of intentionally ruining the wedding cake as well as when the mother was blamed for the death of Pedro. As for me, the book vividly demonstrates how specific behavioral models initially intended to help women cope with difficulties may exacerbate the situation.
Feminists down the years have attempted to explain matrophobia. Fran Scoble expresses the feminist daughter 's anger at the mother who has accepted her powerlessness, who is unable to protect her from a submission to society 's gender arrangements. Scoble says, mothers in our culture, deny the truth of their own experience of bondage and frustration to daughters whose growth then is constrained by the perpetuation of mutual deception (cited in Hirsch 1989:165). Feminist however over-rules Freudian psychoanalysis that views the rage of daughters towards their mothers as resentment in the absence of penis. The daughters whom are discussed in this paper had a matrophobia feelings and start hate their mother’s way of life which they accepted to live
In the case of Hedda Gabler, the leading character Hedda through depicting a feminist character is truly deprived of the feminist traits that women commonly possess. Ibsen has intentionally failed to mold her into a true feminine character and has only achieved to strip her of all the characteristics that make her a woman such as faithfulness, loyalty, love, care and sacrifice. The play is a feminist one but its leading character is in no respect feminine, rather is a harsh, sharp and masculine one. The so-called feminism is merely a source of destruction for many women depriving them of motherly love and injecting them with frustration, depression and annoyance. Thus, women such as Hedda are not capable of being called a woman.
And then Carrie lets it takes over her mind, body and spirit. Carrie has misused her telekinesis at the prom and has destroyed every one even herself. Carrie's anger in Carrie is similar to Nor Elshrief's anger in Alzalem w Almazlom movie. Both of them suffer from oppression and as a result of their hidden anger, they decide to take revenge from those who spoil their life. On one hand, Carrie is oppressed by her mother who has strange religious views.
Lear said awful things to his daughter about an evil child. At this point he leaves and then the next scene shows the daughters meeting and holding hands. They are allying one and another versus the king. They have the king where they want them. Lear is the one who cannot control people and other people are being very ratical with him.