She was a stereotype and went for the boys who were kind and considerate. The boys who commented on how beautiful she was. I think she was playing mind games with herself that could be damaging to her self confidence if she is trying to be the ideal girl. To me, she is being hypercritical of herself. It is good to go for the good guys but she does not always have to be dependent with messing with the boy's minds and being the perfect woman.
I'll say it whenever I want to! Daisy! Dai--------”[...] “Tom Buchannon broke her nose with his open hand” (Fitzgerald,ch.2) when Tom was so upset with myrtle. Tom gets mad because he does not think that myrtle to say something like that and mock his golden girl Daisy. Myrtle is poor and is more rough and not such a soft personality, while Daisy is rich, very classy, and she is every man’s dream girl.
Daisy is a narcissistic person that constantly starts problems and getting in trouble even with Gatsby who risk everything for her and will die for her so she can be pleased. She keeps Gatsby around because he can do her dirty work. She said she loves Gatsby but in reality she never did. Daisy just wanted someone to have fun with that spoils her rather than her very own husband, Tom. “As soon as she finds out that Gatsby may be making his wealth in backroom, bootlegging ways, she’s done with the whole flirtation.” (Baker.Katie) In other words, Baker believes that Daisy was just using Gatsby all along.
Second, he is the subject, but she is the object. Women are using their sex appeal by luring young and older men seizing their fortunes and inheritance (TM 416). The public does not approve this type of behavior and will be judged. However, her family will support her. Last, a woman who is mysteries has numerous advantages.
Being her father’s favorite and mother’s least favorite, her independence and self worth comes from her clever mind. Darcy admires her wittiness although she teases him constantly, and her sense of foolishness from being wise is excellent. Her teasing behavior alters when she falls in love with him. But, her worst mistakes are caused by her downfalls of pride and prejudice. Her ability to admit when she is wrong is developed as the story continues.
Claudio is characterizes as shallow in this instance because he is only commenting on his adoration for Hero’s beauty. When Don John tricks Claudio into believing Hero is no longer a pure women Claudio says “this is an accident of hourly proof, which I mistrusted not, Farewell therefore Hero!” (ii.1.175-176) One of Claudio’s major attraction towards Hero was her virtuousness, and now that he believes that she is no longer pure he has no desire to marry her. In fact, he wishes to publicly shame her in front of everyone at the wedding ceremony; ruining her chances to have a happy future. Young love is commonly based on looks causing the emotional relationship between the two people to be not as strong; thus causes the relationship to crumble and fall apart. Shakespeare sees this and is warning the audience to be weary of falling into the trap that is young
Hilly is a cruel character, one that people shouldn’t listen to in the first place, but her societal status and threatening stance on life makes everyone deathly afraid to get on her bad side, especially Celia. The fact that Hilly treats Celia with such spite for marrying her ex-boyfriend and everyone goes along with it is astonishing and yet, in Jacksonville, it is the norm. Celia is not a terrible person for being raised in Sugar Ditch, but she is treated like one. Her love for Hollywood couture makes her glamorous, not obnoxious, and her love for her black maid makes her caring, not daring. Furthermore, we can conclude that the society around her values friendship and status—however corrupt.
Claudia and Pecola both cared a lot about being perceived as beautiful, where Mindy only sought to make herself feel beautiful. Mindy Kaling knew that to be happy she could not compare herself to the icons of beauty, and thus lived a more carefree and upbeat. Unfortunately for the girls in The Bluest Eye they would only scrutinize these icons and identify what make people beautiful. Both authors wrote about image, just in very different ways, Kaling saw it as some societal expectations meant to be broken, where Morrison portrayed the
Loquacious, insubordinate, independent women were regarded with interest and suspicion. Comedy was a way of exploring such anxieties and diffusing them with laughter. In the patriarchal society of Much Ado conventional codes of honour, camaraderie and a sense of superiority to women regulate masculine loyalties. Although female inconstancy is presumed, Balthasar’s song deconstructs it and the fraud of men is dramatised in Claudio’s ruthless treatment of Hero. Beatrice disrupts the conventional gender polarities, urging Hero to defy her father and putting Benedick on his mettle, although her role is ambiguous as she also yearns to exercise male power to avenge Hero.
Daisy 's Open Door In the novel, “The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald, the author illustrates the corruption within each character through their relationships with each other and through the eyes of Nick Carraway. Daisy Buchanan is one character with flaws, she is arrogant, she loves extravagance, she loves rich men, but most of all she loves her status and she will do anything to keep it. Tom first realized that Daisy loves Gatsby when she and Gatsby had looked at each other and stared, “He was astounded. His mouth opened a little, and he looked at Gatsby, and then back at Daisy as if he had just recognized her as someone he knew along time ago.”(64). That person he recognized from long ago was a girl in love.