I think I would like a pretty girl so I can brag a little bit about her. So overall if my mother chose my wife she would be a decent mate. As I have explained in the previous paragraph I would like a girl that was pretty. My moms traits were a little more personal than looks which isn't too bad of a choice. In conclusion if I was back in the era of Romeo and Juliet I would trust my mom in choosing my mate.
I knew what she was thinking. She has grown up, and I had merely grown unworthy of her love.” (83) Nea finally realized she was being foolish the whole time. Chai’s protagonist in “Saving Sourdi”, Nea, is naïve, impulsive, and brash. She is unchanging and narrow-minded. Nea’s journey seems solely based on saving her sister when in actuality she is trying to find excuses to avoid growing up.
“If I’d went, I wouldn’t be livin’ like this, you bet” (Steinbeck 84) Accordingly, she felt unfair for her life and doesn’t want to get stuck on the ranch but she knew she could do nothing about it. Therefore, Curley’s wife had told her suffering to Lennie, though she knows Lennie wouldn’t understand everything, but this still proves she was trying to find connections on Lennie. In the novel, Crooks had tolerated the most isolation and discrimination from others.
He resolves his inconvenience by wishing for a wife. He was warned to wish conscientiously. When his wife appears, he is faced with a painstaking decision. “Poor Mr. Peters was very distressed on his wife's account and did his best to make her life happier” (Aiken 2). Mr. Peters loves his wife and he tries his best to satisfy her even though she is separated from her sister who is a swan.
The short story,¨The Lottery,¨ by shirley Jackson shows the theme of duality of human nature. One character who showed duality was Tessie because when the lottery first started she was going along with everything but when her family got called she changed her whole dynamic. She is now saying that the lottery is not fair since her husband was the one who pulled the paper with the dot on it, but if it was someone else she wouldn't be saying that. She was only speaking up about it not being fair because her life depended on it. Although she was a good example of duality, all of the woman showed duality of human nature.
Irony is a language style that writers use to let readers expect something, but eventually something else happens. After Judy leaves Dexter, he gets engaged to a girl named Irene Scheerer. Moreover he gets back to Judy at some point which "gave serious hurt to Irene Scheerer and her parents" (Fitzgerald 433). The reader could never imagine that Dexter would give Irene the hurt that he got from Judy because he tasted the pain, but he hurts her because "Judy is the picture of passion and beauty, and energy and loveliness," therefore he could leave everything just to have her (Gidmark 4644). At the beginning of the story: Fitzgerald asserts that Judy "[is] more beautiful than everybody else" and that she plays around with guys most of the time (433).
Daisy, in talking about her daughter being born, says to Nick, “...I hope she’ll be a fool—that’s the best thing a girl can be in this world…” (Fitzgerald 17). Fitzgerald shows the reader that Daisy, although she knows her happiness is at stake, can’t wait for Gatsby to have enough money and it was better for her to be a “fool”. In the 1920’s, the power of money was endless but also corrupted, and in this case, it led to Daisy giving up the life she once dreamed about with Gatsby. The classic American dream is based on having a family and having money to support that family. Daisy gives up her “radical” American dream of a life with Gatsby only to realize, in the end, that Gatsby would just attempt to show her the same kind of money that Tom can provide for
"Then the mask said, 'I wasn't fair to your father. I shouldn't have married him"' (Carr 142). Throughout her married life, Geneva distracted herself with the facade of parties and emotional disconnection to her daughter because, at the thought of her mistakes, her brain couldn't handle it. Geneva was only able to accept reality on her death bed. The inability to accept reality is different for every human; some are able to use that as motivation to live a joyful life, while others go on with
This shows that Troy was fortunate enough to have Rose as his wife, but he was so unhappy with his life he found someone else to be with and love. Troy says to Rose that he is going to keep seeing the girl he has cheated on her with, Alberta. He then tells her, “It's just...[Alberta] gives me a different idea...a different understanding about myself. I can step out of this house and get away from the pressures and problems" (Wilson, 1986, p. 68). Since Troy couldn’t be satisfied by Rose, he found someone else who made him feel like he could escape his
Although Rose disagrees with Troy from time to time she shows unconditional love and tries to be understanding. However, later in the play Troy betrays her by being unfaithful and this makes rose put up her own fence. She tries to communicate with troy but is also very cautious because she knows how much he hurt her and would most likely not hesitate to do it again. Rose wants to keep the marriage between them because they have been together for so long and it is her only source of shelter. Rose is then stuck with the responsibility of caring for Troys daughter that he had with another woman after she passed away during birth.