Blanche is driven by sexual desire but is condemned by it for being a whore. She is promiscuous but isn’t supposed to be. Since she doesn’t fit the stereotype, she lies to herself that she is still a Southern Belle. When we first meet Blanche she appears to be a respectable lady. We can see this in Williams’ choice of costume colour,
Although both Winston and Julia do not like the Party their philosophy when it comes to life and the Party are different. Julia grew up in the time were there was always the Party unlike Winston making her want to rebel against the adults. Julia is pretends to be a conformist but rebells against the Party because she feels she should not be controlled. Julia is part of the Party but rebells when her and Winston make love. Going against Big Brother with Winston was not Julia's first time, proving her to disagreement with The Party thoughts.
He cheats on her, and when she finds out, it seems he could not care less. But Daisy cannot even leave him because she is too scared, and has no one to run to. Through Daisy’s situation, Fitzgerald is expressing that even when people are treated horribly, they still rely on wealth and high status. Even in society today, we see people deteriorating because of their goals to meet society’s standards. The neglect from her husband causes Daisy to wilt, much like the flower if it were treated harshly.
Veronica hates the Heathers from the beginning of the film while at first; Cady could not find a reason to hate the Plastics. However, they were both drawn to the idea of popularity. Though there is not much background on what Veronica did or how she joined the Heathers, she later realizes how cruel the Heathers are and she does not want to be part of their group any longer. Since she does not know what to do about her dilemma, she remains stuck, Veronica also refers to her friends as “co-workers [that she has to put up with because] popularity is like a business” (Heathers). When she meets mysterious bad boy Jason Dean she goes on a psychotic mission to end the Heathers.
It is clear that they are the embodiment of everything Lewis sees as a flaw in “young folks.” Jane is consumed by twisted feminist views that lead her to want to be the best wife possible, but still allow her to regret being married and begrudge Mark for everything he takes for granted. Mark is a pompous Fellow at the local college, and nothing concerns him more than being in the “inner circle” and by extension, being well-respected and liked. In fact, it is this flaw of Mark that leads him to fall in with the evil N.I.C.E. for the first half of the book. Much like how Edmund’s hubris leads him into the arms of the White Witch in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Mark is slowly encompassed in the twisted political levels of N.I.C.E..
They both hated, and disagreed fully with the party, of course not showing those feelings, in fear of being vaporized. Winston loved seeing or hearing about corruption in the party, which Julia told him about. He wanted Big Brother gone, but sharing his feelings, could end up placing him in the two minute hate. Julia had sexual activities with most of the party members, hundreds to thousands of them. This showed extreme corruption to the party, and Winston loved it.
Helena is looked at as a pathetic girl who is jelous of hermia's looks and obsessed with Demetrius who will never love her back. Shes looked at as if shes a women who is wasteing her time wishing she were someone else. She says to Demetrius at one point that "the more he beats her the more she will fawn him". Helena is practically begging him to treat her poorly because she feels that any bit of attention from him is
Women are the weaker sex in this play: they are forced into giving into male power by doing what they are told; which is expected of them. Characters like Beatrice do not conform: she is the complete opposite to what a woman should have been like in Elizabethan times. Women were expected to be quiet and obedient. She, however, is a loud, aggressive and sarcastic character, and she does not obey the commands of any man. If anything she gives commands, ordering Benedick to “kill Claudio”.
So Polydectes angrily came up with a plan to get rid of Perseus. The plan was that Polydectes would pretend to marry a daughter of a friend of his. Everybody had to bring a present, including his newly enemy (Perseus). At the somewhat reception Perseus showed up empty handed to the reception. So Polydectes pretended to be furious because Perseus came empty-handed, even though he was strong and brave, but he was really poor.
In act I of Othello - Iago, began his plan to make Othello lose faith in his wife. Roderigo is like Iago’s purse, because Roderigo likes Desdemona and wants to know more about her so he gives him whatever he needs because he fears that Iago has not been telling him enough about Desdemona. Roderigo finally realises that Iago has no loyalty to anyone, and that he is only out to benefit himself. He is the outsider in this situation. Cassio is simply a handsome, virile man and this makes Othello jealous.