This return to his past is the source of trauma for Paula, and she is forced to watch the man she loves have no memory of their own romance, as well as almost marry another woman. That is until the end of the film where Charles is able to remember his past as not only Charles, but as Smithy as well; Therefore, while the return of Smithy’s past is a source of trauma for Paula; in the end when his histories combine, the return of the past does result in happiness for
She was going to live her life the way she wanted without her husband. The reader seems to understand that she was not happy with her life because it was going to be a long life to live. Once Mrs. Mallards realized her husband was gone, she got this feeling inside of her telling her that her life was going to be full of joy and happiness without her
He resolves his inconvenience by wishing for a wife. He was warned to wish conscientiously. When his wife appears, he is faced with a painstaking decision. “Poor Mr. Peters was very distressed on his wife's account and did his best to make her life happier” (Aiken 2). Mr. Peters loves his wife and he tries his best to satisfy her even though she is separated from her sister who is a swan.
The lost of his wife is so dramatizing for him that it starts to affect on his state of mind , also his physical appearance. I strongly truly believe heartbreak or a loss of a loved one can change who you are as a person. Physically some people may lose weight or gain it. Just like in the The Raven. The man dwells on how he has lost his beloved wife.
When Granny realized that she was going to die, it came as a total surprise to her, when she said " So Dear Lord this is my death bed and I wasn't even thinking about it.”(219) people might be wondering what this has to do with her successful life. Well, this shows success because Granny was so happy with her life that she didn't want to die, especially when saying "There is nothing more cruel than this, I'll never forget it.” (220) If Granny hadn't led a successful life she would be miserable instead of seeking to live on. She would have just wanted to die and wouldn't have cared what happened. She just never wanna stop her adventure of success, she is doing well and she could be able carry on her achievement. The more time she lives will help her gain more price in life.
In her short story, Chopin writes about a woman who has been oppressed by her husband for so long that she does not know what it feels like to be free. The woman loves her husband very much, but seems to rejoice upon hearing of his demise as a result of a train crash. Many would find her delight to be
She was sad and lonely when she thought her husband Victor had lost his life in the war. Ilsa’s love for Rick was true; however, she was very cautious about her private life as a result of being a wife of one of the leaders of the French Resistance. Once she learned of her husband being alive, the love and loyalty that was once shared came back into existence as she decided to allow Rick to leave Paris without her. Her love for both men left her confused as to how it would all end. Victor Laszlo, a very loyal citizen of France and a member of the French Resistance.
Carton loves Lucie dearly and cannot stand to see her in so much pain because of Darnay’s impending death. After he is executed, a woman asks for some paper to write down her sudden inspiration before her beheading. If he had gotten the chance to do so, Carton would have written, “I see the lives for which I lay down my life, peaceful, useful, prosperous, and happy, in that England which I shall see no more” (292). He sees Lucie, Little Lucie, Mr. Lorry, Darnay, Doctor Manette, Miss Pross, and everyone else he loves. Though he is not remembered in Paris other than as another head on a pike, in the hearts of Lucie and her future generations, he is cherished for his noble and truly kind action.
She herself describes her attitude as a fluctuating one, “she would sometimes gather them passionately to her heart; she would sometimes forget them” (Chopin, 19). This fluctuation, however, is what makes her children a stronger force in her suicide than her duties towards her husband, her duties as a housewife, and even her love for
She did not know.” The reader soon discovers, this feeling that comes to Mrs. Mallard is joy and relief, she feels this because she can now finally be her own person. Mrs. Mallard comes to the realization that her husband had been oppressing her for years, “There would be no powerful will bending..”, and she was finally free of that. Before the passing of her husband, Mrs. Mallard was scared of living a long life because of the treatment she received from him. After his passing she had a much different outlook, “There would be no one to live for her during those coming years; she would live for herself.” This shows that Mrs. Mallard was excited to now live her own life without being told what she was to do. When her husband walked through the front door she was so overcome with sadness that her heart couldn’t take it so she died.