For 20 years, Janie waited for something to change in her abusive relationship to Jody, except it only ended when he died. Finally, she married Tea Cake who showed her what it was like to be loved and feel love. In each of these marriages, Janie fights for her independence that was previously denied from her. She refuses to give up on her dream for true love and is only satisfied after she finds it with Tea
Her attachment to Gatsby is beyond her comfort zone so being married to Tom keeps Daisy away from Gatsby. She gets drunk for the first time and cries over her lover and does not let go of Gatsby’s letters until “it [is] coming to pieces like snow” (76; ch. 4). Then after those few months of marriage, her behavior has changed as she confirms later on that she “did love [Tom] once” during the conversation she is in with Tom and Gatsby (132; ch. 7).
We can see that Daisy battles with the consequences of her decisions, when she drunkenly tries to change her mind on the eve of her wedding and in her hesitation in choosing between Tom and Gatsby. "I did love him once," she says, "but I loved you too" (Chapter 7). Shallow Daisy does not understand what love is and when faced with the chance to experience it, she choses the secure lifestyle rather then the opportunity of running away with Gatsby to start a new life. She almost takes the opportunity to escape from her discriminate world only to succumb to fear of her life becoming overwhelmingly complicated. Daisy attempts to manipulate those around her to assure her own preservation and convenience in
Amanda has instilled into Laura’s mind that without a husband she can’t be successful or independent and is doomed to be a homebody. The reason Amanda is so insistent on Laura finding a man could be due to her past experiences. One of the many times caught reminiscing about her gentleman callers, Amanda states, “She married him on the rebound – never loved her – carried my picture on him the night he died! And there was that boy that every girl in the Delta had set her cap for! That beautiful, brilliant young Fitzhugh boy from Green County!"
Her father took her to a new place and showed her her stepmother. Her mom just passed away and now her dad got remarried, this is too much for her. With things just happened Jameela fully could show up her discouragement or say something that against her new stepmother and her father. However, she did not do that. “ Still, Mor would not like it.
For them they felt like they were meant to be together forever,but they just had mixed emotions about How they really felt about one another. One thing for sure is Daisy stopped loving Gatsby a while back once he was doing this duty in the army.I feel like Daisy got tired of waiting for her lover or they forced her to find someone else and get married to start her new life ,Which was meeting Tom and having a baby girl. In the book it makes it look like they love each other so much especially Gatsby makes him look weak for thinking that a girl will change his world again like when they first meet.Gatsby actually sees himself with Daisy but she just choice to have a relationship where no one knows about it but Nick and themselves. Sometimes big change can be a big impact
The decisions made by the two lovers led them to a point where in the end, they both end up committing suicide. In I’ll Give you the Sun by Jandy Nelson readers meet Jude, a girl struggling to cope with her dysfunctional family, for she feels as though they have neglected her. Kathy Griffin is an American
Although the feelings of the protagonist are reciprocated but they don’t get an occasion to express their love and on top of this he convinces the girl into marrying a man she doesn’t love .The ensuing separation ruins the character of the student and leaves the girl in a frustrating relationship with her husband .She get pregnant, however she dies while delivering the baby, leaving her former lover with the knowledge that he was never able to unite with her and thus feeling courageous he causes a lot of destruction and pain to others and himself. The romantic appeal for this novel could be felt for many years even after its publication and is especially famous among literature students. Chander is in debt to his professor who has help him at every step of his life to be what he is today. Sudha is daughter of professor who Chander loves, there is a very informal relation between them as they grew up together. Her father takes care of her every small need and whatever love she gets from him, she showers it tenfold on Chander.
While all of this was happening Hall watches how Seth is being violated and he does nothing about it because he is to scared. She goes to Mrs. Garner and she reports what happened. When Schoolteacher found this out he beats her up although she is pregnant. Seth runs away after this and then she collapses because of exhaustion. Luckily she was found by a white girl and this girl nurses her.
No doubt Shagun gives preference to other relationship over the relationship in which she is bound by the institution of marriage. Shagun’s passion for Ashoka dwindles due to the sudden heart attack of Raman, “the horrible guilt she was experiencing, the children’s behavior, her mother’s pressure, and Raman’s unspoken hopes” (Custody 106). One significant flow of thought in the solitary moments that weakens her intense longing to spend her rest of life with Ashok was, “ How many times had her lover told her that women had a right to their own lives?” (Custody 104). Shagun is confirmed that if she will resume her life with Raman then it would be devoid of any marital relation with her husband. Weakened by such self deliberations, Shagun makes up her mind to say good bye to Ashok.