Despite of the positive outcomes of these situations, the reality is that having royalty to humble themselves for the good of their country is rare. They were raised being taught that they were entitled to everything they desired, including the throne. Queen Elizabeth I and Mary, Queen of Scots were no different. As in the feud between the Montagues and the Capulets in Shakespeare's “Romeo and Juliet,” the feud would have been avoided if it were not for the participants pride. We can learn from both of the feuds that humbling oneself can help us avoid conflicts, whether it be our personal or professional
People are not always granted their wishes, for the most part people work for what they want and the outcome may not always come as desired. In William Shakespeare's play Macbeth, Lady Macbeth starts off malicious and transitions in a suicidal state of mind. Although Lady Macbeth was a women she would manipulate her husband and was Macbeth's main influence which wasn't common in the past. Initially, in the first act Lady Macbeth starts off as an ambitious wife determined to help fulfill the prophecy of her husband becoming King of Scotland. A quote that explains her way “Glamis thou art, and Cawdor; and shalt be What thou art promised.
Lady Macbeth would definitely like the idea of her being queen, which is why she is so upset when Macbeth decides not to go through with killing the king. She thinks Macbeth is too nice and she believes that by nagging him, he will reach his full potential. While it seems that this couple is very close in that they seem to tell each other everything, it is Lady Macbeth
When Macbeth achieved the position as a king in such random matter and surprisingly for both Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, the lack of preparations not just physically, but mentally has very big consequences. Lady Macbeth wanted to be queen and was willing to do anything for it. Violence was an easy option, but she does not expect that she had to live with the guilt. She saw her chance to become queen and took it no matter what. Greedy as she is, she sold her soul to the devil.
Lady Macbeth was royalty as she was the wife of a Thane and also had a respectable position in the social class. Macbeth considered her as an equal which led to her becoming stronger in her position. Lady Macbeth had the capability to manipulate her position in the way that she could get her husband to do anything which would be against his will but he would do it because he did not have the guts to say no to her, at least in the first half of the play. Curley’s wife was a poor girl who had dreams of becoming a famous actress but is not able to fulfil the dream. She is not considered important enough to have her own name in the novel, and throughout the novel she is known as Curley’s wife (Mumford, 2013).
Elizabeth Proctor is an ethical woman with a substantial amount of moral values that she attempts to uphold. Elizabeth devotes her life to being honest and truthful along with her Puritan faith. Elizabeth lies for the sake of her husband due to the fact she does not want her husband to be known as an adulterer. However, Elizabeth also believes that Abigail is attempting to develop inconveniences within her marriage with John Proctor and even within the court case. First, she arrives in the courtroom and the judge demands her to look only at the judge to answer her questions.
However,some may say that Cimorene is not advocate because her parents compelled her to take “proper” lessons for princesses.”Fencing is not a proper behavior for a princess.”(3)People may assert that Cimorene should be the princess the way society wanted her to be.Although some may argue that Cimorene is not justified because she insist to do things the way she likes,but to Cimorene “It is the utmost importance to my life and future happiness.”As a result,Cimorene is justified for being the princess she chooses to be. Overall,Cimorene is justified in her decision because she deserves to choose he man she wants to marry,make her own choices,and be the princess she chooses to be.While some may argue she is not justified for not being the “proper” princess she must be, but if she stayed in Linderwall, she wouldn’t live her own “happily ever after”.Therefore, Princess Cimorene is right to be the princess she
She is certain that her daughter’s intelligence will go unappreciated as hers did, and that her daughter’s frivolous nature and beauty will instead be embraced. Daisy presents this controversial line in an intriguing way; she doesn’t directly challenge the values of her society, yet makes certain to point them out. Her words also reveal that the true Daisy is not as simplistic as she seems. Daisy has molded herself to fit the standards her society provides her with. She is a creation of a male-dominated
The individual chosen must embody compassion, courage, strength, selflessness and determination, all of the things in which Katniss possess. Katniss’ little sister Brim, was officially chosen, but Katniss volunteered as tribute to protect her sister from such a fight that no child her age should have imagined doing. Some may say Katniss’ intentions were glory and fame, but I believe her intentions were purely the intention of a true hero. Likewise, in the epic Beowulf, Beowulf is the hero and saves his people from outsiders seeking to devour the people of Geatland. Although he posed as conceited, he very well defeated his enemies and gave peace to the
Elizabeth has been praised for her honesty and morality all along but now has been exposed in court. Is she two faced or does she posses a pretense? To everyone, besides the judges, it is evident she only sought to protect Proctor’s name and reputation. She values her commitment to her husband over honesty. She thought ruining his reputation would be the worst thing to happen to him, so she lied to the court, but boy was she wrong.