He desires a normal life with Stella, without Blanche in the picture. As told in A Streetcar Named Desire--Psychoanalytic Perspectives, “After exposing all of Blanches shameful secrets and destroying her plans to marry Mitch, Stanley completes her violation and subjugation by raping her, which drives her to insanity” (A Streetcar Named Desire--Psychoanalytic Perspectives, Silvio). Stanley desires a normal life without Blanche so bad, that he completely broke her to get it. Stanley also wants to be desired. When he is questioned by Blanche in front of his friends he throws a fit, in a way that could be interpreted into showing off for his friends.
She shows no remorse when she's lying to her mom about where she's going. Her expressions are extremely exaggerated and abnormal compared to other kids. In her desperation of wanting to experience everything she has been deprived of, she asked a guy that no longer attended her school if he could get her drugs. This leads her to have unprotected sex with him while she is high on cocaine. Instead of protecting her daughter, Marie blinded Sara as she now has an unrealistic view of the world.
She has a second child, a boy, whom her father also steals. Her mother becomes seriously ill and dies. Alphonso brings home a new wife and continues to abuse Celie. Not only this, he wants to disgrace Nettie too, so that he could own their property. The covetousness, for property takes the violation of a father-daughter relationship.
Although Connie is perceived as a pretentious brat at the beginning of the story, she undergoes a change in personality, and acts in spite of all her previous beliefs when faced with a life-threatening decision, reaching a new level of self awareness and maturity. A narcissistic, naive girl named Connie undergoes a head-spinning change when faced with the decision to save her family’s lives at the expense of her own. Previous to Connie’s transformation, she despised her family and even wished her own mother dead, but she pushes all her preceding beliefs aside and puts others lives before her own to the absolute dismay of the reader. What would you do if you
Here goes. José Arcadio Buendía and his cousin, Úrsula, fall in love and decide to get married without their families ' permission. Úrsula is stressed that incest isn 't best and that it will lead to a child with a pig 's tail, so she doesn 't want to consummate the marriage. José Arcadio Buendía wins a cockfight, and the loser, Prudencio Aguilar, teases him about his wife not putting out. He gets mad, kills Prudencio, then goes home and has sex with his wife.
However, she also kept in mind the mother’s reaction when the father approved the divorce and her threats of setting fire to herself with kerosene. As a result, the situation validates that the parents’ divorce impacted the narrator’s life and resulted to change her perception on how to approach her mother. Furthermore, the narrator fears upon meeting her mother since the divorce was also the result of her traumatic realization; Which is the stealing of “Persian Carpet” alluded the mother’s extra-marital affair influence the thought that their family relationships could not be mended. The narrator’s emotions were overflowing when she met her mother that
Mommy insults Grandma saying “you are such a liar!” (133). She appears as sadistic, cruel and authoritarian one who aims to weaken Daddy and takes control over the house. It shows when she forces Daddy to repeat her story as she thinks that he does not give her story much attention “What did I say? What did I just say? (95)”.
Madame Defarge reveals her true viciousness when the revolution heavily begins. She had no mercy, her main goal was to kill all descendants of the Evrémonde family, women and children included and even non-blood relatives. Her revenge is directed at the wrong person who is Charles Darnay because he belongs to Evermonde’s family. She doesn’t pay attention for Lucie; her only aim is to express her anger and hatred of the Marquis and all his family. Her whole being is consumed by revenge and she will not rest until her bloodthirsty desires are satisfied.
Right before her daughter Nadine 's first communion, and co-incidentally before Katie 's disappearance, Annabeth lays down a sly remark about how Katie has made a habit of ruining special events for the family, and makes an attempt to portray Katie as unreliable much to her husband 's disdain. She seems very eager to subtly point out that their mutual children should be Jimmy 's first priority, and takes every chance to belittle Katie and her importance to Jimmy. This is a perfect example of her jealousy towards women in Jimmy 's presence, regardless
Scout reacted in a violent way by losing her temper and engaging in fights with her classmates when she found out that they are disrespecting her father. In a family assembly, scout beat up her cousin after he claimed that Atticus disgraced the family name by being a “nigger-lover”. Her act was seen as a wrong behaviour for a young lady, so unlike men, women are not allowed to either have a temper or engage in fight as it’s recommended by the patriarchal society which makes them the Other in this case. Scout involuntarily settles in the centre of this gender discourse, where her options and deeds cause others to detect long-established gender roles she occupies a middle place between masculinity and femininity which is referred by Homi Bhabha as the third space .her her actions define her as a tomboy, which clashes with the paradigms of Maycomb society that only means that my not being a southern Belle, she is set to be the