Is Blanche the cause for all of this stress in the house now? Scene 4: Blanche feels as though she is an outsider and tries to change Stella’s mind but only draws Stella away from Blanche B begins to feel her desperate situation.contacts her old acquaintance Shep Huntleigh Seems stuck in her past Constant battle between stanley and blanche even though no interaction between the two concepts of life represented by Stanley and Blanche Stella throws herself at Stanley, victory for Stanley this time B called him a savage and a brute, occured on his grounds resentment of B and desire to be rid of her is quite justifiable Scene 5: Start of the breaking of B born under the sign of the virgo means virgin Stanley chooses this moment to ask her about the man named Shaw. Blanche becomes visibly agitated during the cross-examination. At the end, when Stanley leaves, she is trembling and in need of a drink. Foreshadows the past coming to haunt her.
Mildred’s constant addiction to gadgets represents her denial towards her problems and the little desire she has towards a better life. Her ignorance is another of her great weaknesses since she lives in a world where her feelings don’t matter and is easily influenced by tv and propaganda which explains her obsess towards hair dye and a soap opera family, even when Guy tries to talk to her all she seems able to talk about is her “family”, he tries to talk to her into reading some of the books he has found but she’s just worried that Captain Beatty might show up and “burn the house and the ‘family’” and asks him “why should I read?” “what for?” (34, Bradbury). Mildred doesn’t understand what she’s feeling and therefore prefers little amounts of superficial happiness that only give her joy for a little while, instead of reading and exterminating her ignorance because she’s too afraid to understand what is really happening inside of
The narrator says, “…But because of the letter, she might experience a painful realization and this would be the only thing of value he had to leave her” (91). Without knowledge of it, Asbury seems to be consumed hatred and unforgiveness towards his mom, so his goal is, above all, make her suffer what he is suffering because according to him, she took from him his talent “‘I have no imagination. I have no talent. I can’t create. I have nothing but the desire for these things.
Hamlet exhibits strengths and weaknesses as well, although his weaknesses of over-thinking, bitterness, and his inability to accept the death of his father overshadow his strengths. Hamlet’s ability to overthink situations or decisions makes him conclude that committing suicide might be the easy way out of his indecisiveness. Hamlet overthinks every problem that is happening. He overthinks so much that he cannot make up his decision about what to do with the problem. The cluelessness that is going on within his mind makes him lose his mental status, life and the love of his life.
They made him work as a handyman instead. As a result, he would be cursed with crippling depression because he could never do what he wanted. This brief story shows the true face of a dystopian society. Dystopias restrict freedoms and in the end leads to the breakdown of society. It is important to always be aware of the possible sign of a dystopia and stop them from happening, but sometimes no matter what people do their beloved world takes a turn for the worst.
Everyone around Jane tries to repress from releasing her imagination. Her own husband, John tries to belittle and mistreat her till she has no self confidence. In the story, her husband treated her as a fragile being which eventually led to her mental deterioration. In Charlotte Gilman’s, “The Yellow Wallpaper” Jane, the narrator, descends into madness and loses her sanity. This suggest the theme of “The Yellow Wallpaper” is mental instability due to being confined and repressed by her loved ones.
Loneliness, suffering and frustration in marriage sometimes cause disintegration and make some women even schizophrenic as Mary in Lessing’s The Grass is Singing. The novel is a poignant portrayal of Mary’s disintegration and death because of her unhappy marriage. Mary who disdains the very idea of marriage is hastened into
As she passes Montag, she repeatedly says “poor family” and “everything’s gone”. Rather than caring about Montag who was about to be killed for having books, she is more worried about her walls and her ‘family’ being burned. Bradbury uses techniques such as repetition, extended sentences, and a distraught tone of voice to establish Mildred’s unhappiness. Ultimately, Ray Bradbury adequately examines the recurring theme of the repression of authentic human relationships through his use of extensive literary
At the beginning of the play Medea demonstrates a suicidal and depressing state of mind cause by the psychological harm that her soon to be ex-husband has caused her when he decides to leave her in order to marry Creon´s daughter. This statement becomes clear when she say “Oh, oh! What misery, what wretchedness what shall I do? If only I were dead!” and “Come, flame of the sky, pierce through my head I what do I gain from living any longer? Oh, how I hate living!
This makes her personal life even worse and she starts arguing with everyone in the family. This will further make her depressed, nervous and worried and finally makes her unable to concentrate on both family and work. All these physical and emotional disorders will change a woman’s behaviour at both family and work. This imbalance will take her miles away from the love and affection of her husband or child or her family members. This imbalance will also take away the reputation that she has earned till