He spent his time thinking about his wife, the dissident named Bonnie Parker (DiNardo). Bonnie was born in in Rowena, Texas, and was raised by a poor widow. Parker was a petite young woman who rom childhood, had always been intrigued by wicked acts. She married Roy, of sixteen years; at the shocking young age of fifteen. Their relationship was not healthy, but by law they were married.
Law enforcement must decide what degree this specific murder is. Voluntary manslaughter, or second degree murder, is I believe most accurately describes Mary’s crime. In the heat of the moment, Mary seemed to go temporarily insane. After all, the person she loved the most has admitted he would want to leave her. It is stated in the story that she doesn’t feel anything after hearing Patrick’s secret.
But, they don't feel that it is worth all of the effort to figure out which servant was faithful and who wasn't so they just decide to kill all of the female servants. This proves that women are lesser because the “heroes” were willing to kill them all and not bat an eye but would not kill the faithful men. The role of women in the Odyssey is a bit aberrant. The women are seen as lessers but they also are shown to be very cunning and can devise a plan and follow it through to success without deviation. In other words Homer wanted to show women as being smart but most likely showed them as lesser than men because that was how ancient Greece
(steinbeck 120-121) Curley’s wife was being told what to do in a place where she knows her superiority. She was being a temptress in her ways but then made sure crooks knew that she could get him caught and made sure he never questions her again. Crooks sat down because he knew she was right. At the beginning of the book Curley’s wife is nothing but a cruel, wicked temptress whom everyone hates but can’t
Once her father hears these accusations, he commands to “let her die” as a result of the crimes she committed (IV.i.163). These incidents in the play illustrate Hero’s sacrifice of her angelic and pure character. Hero does little to convince others of her innocence. Moreover, clinging to the traditional views of women, men are unlikely to listen to what women have to say. Shakespeare portrays women 's ranking in relation to men by illustrating Hero’s great sacrifice, and how her closest mentors refuse to help support her.
Later in scene, Lady Macbeth states that if she had made such a promise as Macbeth did to her, she would “dash the brains out” of her own child as “it was smiling in her fail”. However Lady Macbeth makes it absolutely clear that if he is brave enough, it is impossible to fail. These quotes show how Lady Macbeth is controlling her husband and she proves herself be the most responsible of Duncan’s death. Some people may say that three witches are the most responsible of the death of Duncan. Macbeth never considered murdering king Duncan until he saw the prophecies of the witches.
The short stories, “A Lamb to the Slaughter” and “A Jury of her Peers” are similar in many ways. The obvious way that they are similar is that both stories have husbands being murdered by their wives. The women in both of the stories were very much underestimated and almost taken for granted. For instance, in a jury of her peers the women are told that they would not know what evidence was even if they had found it. But in the story the women solve the crime and figure out the motive.
Lady Macbeth encourages murder because that’s the only way she thinks Macbeth can become king. Macbeth is hesitant to murder but Lady Macbeth questions his manhood and tells him how much more of a man he will be if he would kill
O’Connor’s depiction of the wooden leg in the story is a mild comparison to the amputation of her very soul threatened by imminent death relating to Lupus. To O’Connor her life became ugly and she voiced this matter of fact to Langkjaer in her comments about a self portrait that she had painted that was not flattering or attractive. Just as Hulga was highly educated, Flannery did know that she had high intelligence though she couldn’t spell and wasn’t good at Math. When her once last chance at love before her death was gone, it sparked emotions that had to quickly be dealt with and so O'Connor penned her masterpiece about her pain, her broken heart, her broken spirit and broken soul. Through this experience of loss of love and her imminent decline fo her life to Lupus, the author wrote a story to cleanse her healthy mind of pain and sorrow.
In the end of the story, she was killed because she was accused of being a witch and heretic. These things they say about Joan were false since she was clearly not a witch and she is a very religious girl. This proves a lot on how men in the story control over what women should be. Before being killed in the end she was insulted by people, she is called weak and less respectable. The steward assumed she is weak because she is a girl.