It is as if her whole world changed in a blink of an eye, but despite the rapid change, she embraces it. She loves her child to an extent only a mother can imagine possible. She lives her life as if it is her job to protect her cub until the day she dies. To the hoaxers it makes sense that she would conspire to kill child just to show the world she can still act. Ultimately, arguing that the parents conspired to kill their own children is illogical due to lack of credibility of inferences and the strength of a parent of child
Their wealth within the novel and movie play very massive roles. If Emma and Cher were not wealthy they wouldn't find themselves apart of the rich, upscale societies that are in England and California. Both of the woman abuse there fathers wealth and become spoiled, self involved girls, where Emma “thinks a little too well of herself.” (5) They get exactly what they want, when they want it. Emma and Cher both find themselves playing the role as matchmaker with there groups of friends. Many people thought “she,” meaning Emma, “would form her opinions and her manners."
This marriage could be said to be Janie’s best. Unlike previous times, Janie had finally learned to always care for her loved one. In one particular scene, Tea Cake had left to gamble and win money for the two of them, and Janie’s behaviour during this time is explained as, “Janie waited till midnight without worrying, but after that she began to be afraid. So she got up and sat around scared and miserable. Thinking and fearing all sorts of dangers… She rather found herself angry at imaginary people who might try to criticize” (Hurston 125).
Have you ever just wanted to run away or even scream to the top of your lungs?That’s how Juliet felt when everyone was sculpting her life which drove her to want to die, but if I had to blame this on one person it would definitely be Friar Lawrence(William Shakespeare, page 376). Friar never had to give in to marrying Romeo and Juliet,or give the potion and crazy idea to fake Juliet 's death(William Shakespeare, page 453-454).If Juliet didn’t want to marry Paris, then she should have put on her big girl pants and told her parents that she was already married to Romeo and in love.If they were so in love the idea of death for them being together shouldn’t scare them, they both die anyways.If the Friar thought the idea of them being together was worse then he didn’t have to marry them. See in this world we live in you don’t have to do what other people want you to do. Friar deciding not to marry them wouldn’t put him in a death sentence if anything, it would have helped everyone not die.People in Shakespeare 's world are just foolish. Friar Lawrence could have easily went and took the letter to Romeo himself, but instead he had to be lazy and have someone else do it and look it never got done(William Shakespeare, page
Eliduc is temporary banished from the kingdom with no explanation leaving behind his wife while he find a new lord in another land. Eliduc attracts the attention of a princess who he ultimately falls in love with however being married already he demonstrates restraint by staying faithful and loyal to his wife resulting in his own suffering which therefore demonstrates selflessness. He suffers because of guilt he feels for loving someone other than his own wife. He suffers because he is separated from the women he truly loves that results in him being depressed from dealing with his inner turmoil. His wife begins to suffer watching her husband become distracted and unhappy.
Curley’s wife gave up on her American Dream because she was scared if she waited too long she wouldn’t get anywhere. “Well, I wasn’t gonna stay no place where I couldn’t get nowhere or make something of myself, an’ where they stole your letters. I ast her if she stole it, too, an’ she says no. So I married Curley,” (88). In order for her to find happiness, she tempts other men because she is lonely and unhappy with the life she has.
People in many similar circumstances may react similar or differently to the way they deal with the situation. The wife from A.M. Homes short story “Do Not Disturb” wants to have a baby, but cant because of her situation and her husband just wants her to live. Yerma from Lorca’s drama “Yerma” wants to have a child, but her husband does not want to have any. Both stories are based o the fact that the women want to have children, but their husbands seem to be against their faith and decisions. While the Wife wants to die because she feels empty, Yerma takes things too far and leads to the death of her husband.
This thing also made me begin to rethink our society.Now,we always see some terrible news from network and newspaper,which are same as the story of Dana.For example,a pregnant woman jumped her own death for she could not bear the pain of childbirth and her family refused cesarean.Her family did out care her feeling.They only thought that the child with natural labour was healthy.Today,we live a better life,but we lost some traditional virtues,such as considering of others.If the woman 's family paid some attention to her,maybe the tragedy would not happen.We should not be selfish.We should try to help
Love is a strong and powerful word, whether it is towards a family member or a special individual. But according to Aldous Huxley’s rendition of an alternate future where there is a decline in family values and monogamous relationships. We follow the stories of Bernard Marx who is an introvert struggling to fit in the mold that is expected in the society. John the Savage who was born by accident and doesn’t quite fit in the Savage civilization. His mother Linda who was part of the Brave New World society but fell pregnant and was looked down upon and was left at the Savage Reservation to fend for herself and her child.
“It was her sister Josephine who told her, in broken sentences; veiled hints that revealed in half concealing.” (pg.1 paragraph. 2). According to Chopin, Josephine is very cautious of the way she reveals the death of her husband to her sister. Like most other women in this time Josephine felt that she needed to hide the news when telling Mrs. Mallard, because Josephine believed that she would take the news poorly. When Mrs. Mallard was informed of the news she was initially saddened, but Mrs. Mallard did not respond as expected as illustrated by the author; “She did not hear the story as many women have heard the same, with a paralyzed inability to accept its significance.” (pg.1 paragraph.3).