There were rumors about Larry and his playboy nature, but Antonia choose to see the good in him and was even prepared to be married to a man who did not care as deeply for her as she believed. “The trouble with me was, Jim, I never could believe harm of anybody I loved” (5.1.189). Antonia says this to Jim as they are looking back on their lives as adolescents which proves how she learned from her previous experiences not to instantly be so trusting of everybody she meets. In a more positive sense, Antonia’s optimism enabled her to be accepting of what she had, and never wish for more. Unlike her acquisitive mother, Antonia was always content with her life on the farm and never felt it necessary to beg and want what other people have.
They both serve as parental figures to Romeo and Juliet, since their real parents expect them to carry on their family name and accept their duties. The Capulets and Montagues want their children to protect and represent their name. They do love her but they are very distant with Juliet. The nurse and Friar Laurence act as their mentors. Friar Laurence answers
Daisy loves her husband and father of her child Tom, but since the honeymoon stage he has not treated her the way she deserved. He has an on-going affair and at times will even answer phone calls from her in front of Daisy. Daisy knows all of this but she needs Tom, he supplies what she physically needs for the child and also the public. Tom has the money and provides the money necessary to raise their daughter and Daisy doesn’t. Tom also gives Daisy the image of loving wife and mother that she feels she needs for the public eye, regardless of what happens behind closed doors.
Aylmer undoubtedly loves his wife and admires her beauty at first. The birthmark like the garden possess a charm that at first allures others to recognize the women’s beauty. But overtime her one flaw the birthmark drives him to insanity which consumes him. This is very different from the character of Dr. Rappacinni who never really shows any love towards his daughter. Aylmer reassures Georgiana that he can rid her of this fatal flaw place by nature; “I feel myself fully competent to render this dear cheek as faultless as its fellow; and then, most beloved, what will by my triumph when I shall have corrected what Nature left imperfect in her fairest work” (Meyer, 401)!
In the novel so far, it 's mostly been about Atticus. The way he cares for others, the way he raises his kids, Scout and Jem, and his way of showing his love to both. Most woman think Atticus isn 't taking good care of them especially Scout for nor being "lady-like," others think believe that Atticus is doing the best he can, since his wife passed away. Miss Maudie, one of their neighbors, is one of the people who actually do respect Atticus. Which is seem when Miss Maudie says, "Well, did you know he 's he best checker-player in this town?
Eric knew that he was in charge but he liked it that way. however it affected all of the characters in many different ways, for example, Christine daae was the sweet, innocent girl who the beast wanted to love. She was manipulated by him, as the Angel of Music, to gain her trust and love. The Angel of Music was a story about an angel that would come to musicians in hopes they would become musical geniuses, that her father had told her when she was little. When he died that was all she had left to remember him by.
Any mother would feel like a bad mother after all, so did Daisy, Donny’s mom. “She had always told Donny he had talent, was smart, was good with his hands” (Tyler 288). Daisy was always trying to cheer her son up, but he was way too impulsive to understand what she truly means. Then Daisy realized that while she was so preoccupied with Donny’s problems, she forgot about her youngest daughter. “She couldn’t give as much attention to Donny's younger sister” (Tyler 287).
Romeo wasn 't really in love with Rosaline because if he really was in love with her he would be thinking about her looks, something that wouldn 't leave his mind if he was actually in love with Rosaline. Also, he wasn 't really in love with her was
Torvald is a victim of his society making him incapable of being the antagonist. Ibsen wrote about the inequalities of men and women within the Victorian age. He focused on the disparity between how women are viewed in comparison to men. However, this does not make the man immediately the oppressor. For example, within the play Torvald says, “I would gladly work night and day for you, Nora- bear sorrow and want for your sake.
Nora the female protagonist in Ibsen’s A Doll’s House struggle is struggling with many different issues, which mitigates her action throughout the play. From the analysis of her relationship with other characters, Nora is in a form of captivity because she feels answerable to other characters. For instance, she Nora is in a sort of emotional captivity because she feels like getting married to Torvard was out of duty to please her father. She exclaims to Torvald, “ I mean, then I went from Papa’s hands into yours… it’s a great sin what you and Papa did to me” (Ibsen 109). Nora has a choice either to remain married and fufill the will of the father or leave her husband.