The play “Trifles” written by Susan Glaspell majorly mirrors the relationship between husbands and wives, and their attitudes towards resolving daily hassles. The men were looking for the “effects” while the women were concerned with “causes”. Mr. and Mrs. Hale were the closest friend of the family of Mr. Wright John and aware of the strain in their marriage. Mr. Hale’s superficial effort to salvage the situation caused more harm than the deep emotional insight of Mrs. Hale who tried to save her friend. Mr. Hale’s testimony showed how close he was to the family.
When he took his final breath he was shot by mistake. For the person who shot him had in mind that he was the killer of his wife but it was none other than Daisy herself, but Gatsby took the blame for the death anyways and ended up dying for his love. Jay Gatsby was deeply in love with Daisy Buchanan, he went to get measures to get everything for her but in the end just to have it turn to dust. His influence on people made them question who he was, his grand master plan was his own tragic flaw, and his fall from grace was his way out of all the lies he told. He has been spared all the hate that
Richard finds out about Frank and Mary Ann and murders him. Frank was a normal person looking for love and affection as done anyone else. He found the wrong girl who was with the wrong guy. Frank was innocent in the situation but the jealousy of Richard Strout was to much for him to bare so he murdered Frank. The audience sees the reason behind Mr.Strouts murder and the reason behind Mr.Fowlers murder and deems one reason better than the other therefore one murder is okay and
Wednesday, October 22 Reading Response 2 “Living Will” by Danielle Ofri is about an author who is a doctor who came across a patient that is suicidal. “They All Just Went Away” by Joyce Carol Oates is about a young lonely girl who finds herself attracted in entering abandoned house and is entranced by other peoples lives and what they left by. Although these stories are very different, I believe both the authors share a similar idea, but different outlooks, of how the main characters in each essay struggle to do the right thing. “Living Will” gives us a better perspective of what doctors today have to face with their jobs. The author, Danielle Ofri, came across a severely ill patient, Wilburn Reston, which really makes her think.
The short story “What We Talk about When We Talk about Love” by Raymond Carver is about four friends- Laura, Mel, Nick, and Terri, gathering on a table and having a conversation. As they start to drink, the subject abruptly comes to “love.” Then, the main topic of their conversation becomes to find the definition of love, in other word to define what exactly love means. However, at the end, they cannot find out the definition of love even though they talk on the subject for a day long. Raymond Carver in “What We Talk about When We Talk about Love” illustrates the difficulty of defining love by using symbols such as heart, gin, and the sunlight. Although the heart is used with its concrete meaning as symbols in the short story, they are interpreted by more abstract meanings.
Donald Hall's "Without" explains to the reader's the painful process that he had to go through losing his wife to leukemia. From the way Hall spoke about his wife in the book she seemed like she was very charming and someone that meant the world to him. They both had many things in common but one of the things that they both admired was writing poetry. In the poem "A Beard for a Blue Pantry", is where it simply said that his wife wrote poetry about the beard Hall grew. This book is written in past tense and he speaks of the memories he and Jane had together growing up.
For example both girls need someone backing them on their decision on who they are going to fall in love and be with forever. In this situation Juliet has so much from her family that it disables her from making decisions on her own. For instance, Juliet’s parents made the decision on who she going to marry, when actually Juliet already was in love with Romeo and had zero interest in Paris. (Rom 4.1.) Juliet parents supported Juliet so much that when it came to making a decision on her own, she literally crashed and burned because she had never made that big of a choice on her own.
When Daisy admits to loving Gatsby in front of Tom, it is a wake up call that wounds Tom. Gatsby also hurts Tom by allowing Daisy to drive his car and hit Myrtle, which ends in Myrtles death. Even though Myrtle was simply Tom’s love affair, he cared very deeply for her. After he discovers her death he is described as whimpering to Nick the words “The God damned coward! He didn’t even stop his car (141)”.
As in the famous “Farewell My Concubine” opera concubine killed herself with the king`s sword, Douzi also committed a suicide next to the person whom he loved. For me, Shitou was a weak human different from Douzi who was persistent. Shitou was afraid of death. We could see this from the very beginning of the movie when he wanted Master to save his life. He was not able to resist the pain different from Douzi who barely spoke while being punished.
Kate’s motherly and concerned attributes gave her the ability and strength to support her daughter. She felt sorry and wanted the best for Helen, and Kate would have done anything to protect her. In the story, Kate wanted to call a doctor to help Helen, but Captain Keller disagreed. Keller’s line reads, “I’ve stopped believing in wonders… Katie. How many times can you let them break your heart?” In reply, Kate says, “Any number of times” (Gibson 497).
In Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston, Janie Crawford experienced power and control in each of her relationships. When Janie was with Logan, their relationship started with very little control over each other but towards the end, Logan acted like he had more control over Janie. In her relationship with Jody, Janie was constantly told what to do and how to act and she was never allowed to make her own decisions. In her last relationship with Tea Cake, Janie was treated with respect and was allowed to do what she wanted. Power and control shows up in various places in the story and in different ways.
The grandmothers moment of grace causes a terrible reaction from The Misfit. After The Misfit kills the grandmother he says “It’s no real pleasure in life,” which I think shows that the grandmother may have had some kind of impact on him in there discussion. In the final moments of life, redemption could always be reached. In the last moments of her life, the grandmother was a good woman, she showed compassion and care in a time of danger and
From the other member 's perspective, he could be perceived as sad, but in reality he was trying his hardest to contain the smirk that wanted to spread across his cheeks. Deidara wasn 't exactly happy about the death of his partner who he had been with for years. He actually respected his hard ass and impatient partner by calling him "Danna", even when the other regarded Deidara 's art as nothing but trash. Deidara couldn 't help, but feel joy that his partner who always stated that his body was everlasting, died before Deidara did. This was /proof/ that art is ephemeral.
Chris and his best friend, Chad Littlefield, were both gunned down in the attempt to help Eddie. They were pronounced dead at the gun range. In the article Taya says she regrets one thing, and that was the fact that she did not support him as well as she should have. “I just wish I would have been able to hold his face in my hands and look at him in the eye and tell him. I know you’re in pain.