Prospero's indifference about how Caliban felt, meant that Caliban's emotional distress was one sided. In addition to Caliban, Prospero's yearning for vengeance also creates internal issues for himself. After Ferdinand and Miranda announce their marriage, Prospero claims his "rejoicing / At nothing can be more," because he must "perform / Much business appertaining," (Shakespeare, 95-99). Usually, a father focuses more on his daughter getting married, however Prospero can only focus on his plans for vengeance. Some believe that the characters internal struggles were caused by the wrongdoers, and not a lack of forgiveness; however, at the end of the play, after Prospero becomes a more virtuous character, his conflicts with his brother and Caliban are resolved, clearly showing that their focus on vengeance is what caused the internal struggles.
Laerates knows Ophelia does not know that men will take advantage of her and he does not want to see his sister get hurt. Later in the play the audience finds out that Ophelia did not listen to Laertes and that Hamlet’s love was not true. Hamlet tells Ophelia, “you should not have believed me; for virtue cannot so inoculate our old stock but we shall relish of it. I loved you not”(3.1.127-129). Ophelia finally sees Hamlet’s true intentions and his careless behaviors.
Question: How does Miller show the past returning to transform the present in all my sons? The return of the past and its effect on the present is shown by Arthur Miller in the play All My Sons through dialogue, stage directions and the way that the playwright describes the characters and the set. The action of this play is tied to what has happened in the past, we learn through the dialogue and actions of the characters that they are profoundly affected by the actions of their father during the war. Miller criticizes Keller because he didn’t take responsibility for his actions this refers the lack of social responsibility that people had at the time. The action of the play is tied to what has happened in the past, like Larry 's death and Joe 's crime.
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CASSIA AND HER GRANDFATHER For Cassia her grandfather is a very important person in her life. He has the same view on the society like Cassia has, he was a rebel because he breaks the rules with for example keeping poems with him. In addition to that he wants his son to destroy his tissue sample so nobody can bring him back to life against his will. Both of them have a great confidence to each other because her grandfather gives his granddaughter his compact with the poems in it. In addition to that the grandfather is the only person
Like in his story of "The Mole", mole played an important role in the story because of it, Sayoko 's life became different with others. The mole according in the story symbolizes the "deformity" of Sayoko which was in the first place, was accepted by her husband but as time goes by, it was not. Sayoko 's marriage was also affected by this mole, and through this, we could see how Sayoko 's mole made an impact to her life. The author messages us that every person has this fear to loosen up and show who really they are and what they are feeling. Like Sayoko, she always follow her husband, she always doing the things what her husband wants and letting herself to hide what she really wants.
For example, the balcony scene where Romeo is confessing his love to Juliet. Juliet warned him to not come over to because he may be killed but he truly believed that true love would have kept him safe. Romeo foolish decisions explains why he does not think about his decisions because he seemed to have been clouded by his desires. Not being able to not think clearly must have caused the many poor decisions Romeo tends to do later in the play. Juliet also is quickly clouded by her desires in many cases.
Throughout the Samurai’s garden, the majority of they ways that Stephen influences others is mainly by projecting himself amidst of all the other character’s problems. This is not necessarily a bad thing, as it had changed both Matsu, Sachi, and Keiko as people and their mindsets. When Keiko informs Stephen of their break up and her brother’s death, Stephen thinks, “I couldn’t imagine what it must mean for her family to lose their only son” (Tsukiyama 188). Instead of first being devastated of their break up and inquiring Keiko on why and being upset, he comforts her, knowing that she is going through a tough time. This shows that Stephen puts others before himself, and that in turn affects how people think of him and what their current state is.
One of his most influential pieces was a story of a young man trying to fix the problems his father made for his family. The play was titled Peer Gynt, after the main character (Means). His most famous play, however, was A Doll’s House. The story followed a housewife named Nora Helmer. Nora felt oppressed by the world around her and she went against society’s “norms” and left her family to give herself a better life (Ibsen).
This style of play allows readers and viewers to see true memories, but there also might be some warped perceptions. Tom recalls the time of his sister, Laura, trying to find a suitor. Her timid nature and slight impairment aid to her mother’s constant persistence over getting married. Throughout the years, many producers have made adaptations of the class Glass Menagerie. In fact, Anthony Harvey’s production of The Glass Menagerie inadequately portrays the escape that all of the characters experience because of the underwhelming performance from Joanna Miles as Laura and the weak staging and lighting throughout the presentation.
Winston Smith’s life consists of his love for Julia and his work at the Ministry of Truth, however because of his occupation, he will never fully be accepted by the Inner Party. This is because his job consists of changing texts to fit the mandates of Big Brother and the Inner Party. This job has no real importance to the Inner Party, except for controlling the minds of the people they reign over. This is the main reason he is excluded from society. Winston’s work is described as: “The Ministry of Truth, which concerned itself with news, entertainment, education, and the fine arts.” (Orwell 6).