A thorough analysis of The Greats Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, demonstrate a woman named Daisy is pressured to act according to the current era ethics. Daisy is portrayed as an ideal woman from a quick glance, however she is far from the current norm and she contains flaws that do not come from the mold a woman is expected to be shaped from in the modern era. It becomes conspicuous in a statement from Gatsby that Daisy priorities wealth over love. “’She never loved you, do you hear?’ he cried.
Countess Constance Markiweicz was Irish Sinn Fein, Fianna Fail politician, suffragette, revolutionary nationalist, socialist, and a kind hearted women. To her,“The Easter Rebellion was a failed rebellion”, and yet, she did not regret partaking in the horrific rebellion. Constance Gore-Booth was born on the 4th of feb, 1868, in London. The Countess was born protestant, and into a wealthy estate of which her farther, Sir Henry Gore-Booth owned. Her family was famous for their kindness towards their servants and tenants, and due to her upbringing, the Countess was appalled by any form of discrimination.
She was intelligent and had courage to go her own way. She was a wife, a mother and lover but at the same time a cold hearted ruler that tried to eliminate everyone that stood in her way not caring if it was a stranger or a family member. We don’t have a lot of resources out of her personal perspective but the resources that we do have, paint a picture of a strong woman that lost and regained her throne, was able to make choices that helped expand her countries wealth and territory. She was resourceful with knowledge about Alchemy, Politics, different cultures and languages. She survived the death of her first love and even though afterwards she loved again she was a changed person, colder and more focused on personal gains that anything else.
Christian pities Cyrano because Cyrano’s love shows in the letters and Christian does not know how to display his feelings as Cyrano. Christian shows Cyrano that he does not want to continue using the letters when he says, “No, no! I say.’ ‘I am aweary of these borrowed letters, --Borrowed love-makings!’ ‘Now I know she loves!’
Dillard gives the insight of a girl that is imprisoned by society as a fix composition to serve her life as just one ordinary woman. This also presents the writer's purpose but it in a subtle way. "I have loved, O Lord, the beauty of thy house and the place where dwelleth thy glory." Unlike The Glass Castle, Dillard's sense of struggles was completely different yet reasonable. She protested that even though she is a girl, she can be as magnificent as the other boy were perhaps even better.
However, she is known as a coquette and is constantly forewarned to curb her charms when in the company of her hopeful suitors who might misunderstand her intentions. Nevertheless, due to certain circumstances, she falls prey to a libertine and subsequently falls to social/moral ruin that eventually leads to her death. It can be inferred that there are many characters throughout the story that played a role in her downfall, but there is but one true culprit solely responsible for Eliza’s fate. One possible candidate is the notorious Mr. Sanford (the libertine of the novel) who plays a major role in Eliza’s
Anne’s family were expecting her to be to be ‘perfect’ so she could be married into a good family. Trying to please your parents are one of the hardest struggles a teenager could face. Anne’s self-esteem dropped. She says that “One’s job is to look so totally ravishing that the marriage settlements are signed and sealed by the end of one’s first season”.
And now she is best remembered for her novel Jane Eyre, this novel has aroused the great interest of the readers for more than century all around the world and it still continues to sell well. Moreover, Jane Eyre now is one of the
Intelligence is always powerful. In Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, Charlotte Lucas and Elizabeth Bennet are close friends in late 18th century England. Because they both have no fortunes finding a husband is not an easy task for either of them. Instead of bemoaning their fates, both Charlotte and Elizabeth use their positive traits to thrive in unpleasant circumstances. Charlotte uses her intelligence to snag Mr. Collins and Elizabeth uses her sense of humor to remain positive in the face of her mother 's constant nagging.
“Nobody can change a person but someone can be the reason for someone to change” (Anonymous) Romeo Montague is one of the main protagonists in William Shakespeare's tragedy Romeo and Juliet. However, once he met Juliet Capulet, she was the one he needed in order to change. Romeo is a complex round-character that proceeds to undergo many situations that change his overall character. In the beginning, he is love-depressed who later falls deeply in love with Juliet resulting him to reach an unreasonable and immature state. Romeo Montague is a very love-depressed character, especially towards the beginning of the story involving Rosaline.
With Rosalind's change of identity came her development of love towards Orlando, but also awakened Celia's homoerotic jealousy towards Rosalind's likes and tastes. Prior to Rosalind's change of identity, Celia's loyalty towards Rosalind proved to be truer than to her father. So true was her loyalty to Rosalind that Celia was willing to make Rosalind Duke Frederick's heir when he died to make up for her father's banishment, and even said "By mine honor, I will, and when I break that oath, let me turn monster" (1.1.19-21). Even Charles confirmed Celia's loyalty to Rosalind when he told Orlando that her cousin would have followed Rosalind with her father's banishment. However, that loyalty started to wear off once she saw Rosalind slowly fall in love with Orlando after changing into Ganymede.