Using light and white description words shows that Clarisse is a very pure and innocent Character. “With a faint sweet scent of perfume coming from her and her smiling face tilted up so her eyes could seem unknowing and unafraid.” (Cold equations) Alike Clarisse, the first description of Marilyn also shows her
Gawain does maintain chastity despite being courted by the lady. The pearl poet explains: “But his defence was so fair that no fault could be seen,/ nor any evil upon either side, nor aught but joy/ they wist” (61.19-21). Gawain purely deflected any advances she made at him. When the fair lady tries to woo him a second time she speaks of how if she could she would take Gawain as her husband. Gawain again diverts her advances by reminding her of the status in which he occupies with her.
Updike uses some descriptive language that reveals his affection for the girls. “With the straps pushed off, there was nothing between the top of the suit and the top of her head except just her, this clean bare pane of the top of her chest down from the shoulder bones like a dented sheet of metal tilted in the light, I mean, it was more than pretty” (Updike 143). This quote gives us an insight on the feelings the narrator has towards the three girls and helps us understand why he made the decision he later
Here was peace” (Hurston 193). There are multiple interpretations of this final paragraph, but one is that it explains how Tea Cake was the one who was able to give Janie the love she was looking for, and so she was able to finally find her happiness and
Another way that Ayn Rand portrays the theme ego in the novel is when Equality 7-2521’s love, The Golden One, sees herself as a unique person who is very satisfied with her body. “Their body was straight and thin as a blade of iron. Their eyes were dark and hard and glowing, with no fear in them, no kindness and no guilt. Their hair was golden as the sun; their hair flew in the wind, shining and wild, as if it defied men to restrain it.” (Rand 38) In this quote Equality 7-2521 is talking about how beautiful and strong The Golden One is. Equality 7-2521 also says that The Golden One has a graceful
It also implies that a very noble and beautiful look is desired. Similar to 1e, Fitzgerald’s observation on the delicate features and gestures of Daisy imply a similar character. This character agrees with the selfie and depicts the self sight of Daisy.
Mariam’s relationship with Rasheed in the beginning is seen as a good relationship. Rasheed brought Mariam a silk shawl. This shawl Mariam saw was a true gift. “It’s beautiful” she said. These lines demonstrate that how Rasheed makes Mariam feel special by gifting her a shawl.
This “extraordinary unblocked ears” motif actually represents each person’s uniqueness. Since this extraordinariness is actually natural ordinariness in total as the Boss’s secretary says, there is nothing left about the extraordinariness. “Sex” is another motif in the book, which symbolizes mundaneness. Narrator’s girlfriend describes sex like this: “A duty. Dry and tasteless, like chewing a newsprint”(47).
They’re what normal people are supposed to have [...] You stopped having feelings a long time ago. Look at you”” (226). He argues with her and says he does have feelings and she laughs at him. To any other level headed person, this conversation would be extremely eye opening, but what do Gilbert do? Completely drops her out of his life.
2.) In older terms, virtue refers to a woman’s purity or virginity. If a nun’s outfit protects her virtue, it is most likely plain, full-covering, and considered “unattractive.” 3.) To rebuke someone means to offer sharp disapproval, or scolding. The Wife most likely was very disapproving of the Friar’s tale.