Both of them are very vulnerable and have a child-like mentality. Lennie is very mentally undeveloped and Curley's Wife is described in the book as a 'girl'. Proving to us that there was going to be a connection between the two characters throughout the whole book. On the other hand, people such as George and Candy had no affection or tenderness towards Curley's Wife even after she has been killed. Candy carries on calling her a 'tart' even when she is lying on the floor with a broken neck.
Do the characters get what they deserve in the End? During the novella of mice and men Curley’s wife is alienated, spoken behind her back, called vile names and singled out from the rest of the ranch, since she is the only woman there. Throughout the novella she is constantly giving hints on how lonely she is even in her own marriage, by the end of the book she is accidentally killed and freed from the life she so dearly hated. However, another view on her death could be negative since when she dies she does not get the life she deserves for being kept in a place she doesn’t want to stay or even she does deserve her death since she is vile for not committing to her marriage vows by being a coquette. Curley’s wife is clearly a very unhappy
“Twelfth Night or What You Will,” setting takes place Illyria where we meet Duke who is in love with his neighbor Olivia. She pays him no mind and has sworn to avoid men’s company for seven years because; she is mourning to death f her brother. Meanwhile, I ship has been wrecked and twin Sebastian and Viola have lost each other. Viola trying o work has changed her gender to be a boy, now known as Cesario. Becoming a boy she now works for Orsino who she is now in love with.
They only see the future. The death of Emily’s father is a traumatic experience for her. She refuses to accept his death. She locks herself in her house with his dead body trying to keep him with her. She is trying to control him in death as he controlled her in life.
She is Nick’s cousin and the object of Gatsby’s love. As a young debutante in Louisville, Daisy was extremely popular among the military officers stationed near her home, including Jay Gatsby. Gatsby lied about his background to Daisy, claiming to be from a wealthy family in order to convince her that he was worthy of her. Eventually, Gatsby won Daisy’s heart, and they made love before Gatsby left to fight in the war. Daisy promised to wait for Gatsby, but in 1919 she
He is now patient of doctor Bradshaw, who does not understand his problem, considers him mentally disturbed and decides to send him to an asylum. Septimus however does not accept it and prefers to commit suicide, which is therefore an act of despair. The two characters do not directly come to know each other. Only at the end of the novel Clarissa listens about S’s death from doctor B who has been invited at her party. This information deeply shocks her.
Sarah Michelle Gellar portraits with emotion the Veronika I had always imagined. -- Paulo Coelho One day, ironically after meeting Paulo Coelho, Veronika decides to die. She takes sleeping tablets one by one, slips into unconsciousness, then wakes in Villete, a much feared mental asylum in Slovenia, to be told her heart has suffered irreparable damage and she will die in five days time. To while away the time whilst she is waiting for the pills to kick in, Veronika reads an article in a magazine, where the writer, obviously thinking it is a smart thing to say, asks where is Slovenia? The last act of Veronika as she slips into unconsciousness is to pen a letter to the magazine.
That the marriage is crashing down on her life and she feels dead inside and the tigers are the only one keeping her will to be happy again. “When Aunt is dead, her terrified hands will lie, still ringed with ordeals she was mastered by.” (9-10) Aunt Jennifer is terrified of her husband and that she did not live a joyful, happiness marriage instead a terrifying, sorrow and misery underneath
A dark spirit descended over Armand. He avoided eye contact with Desiree and he completely ignored the child. He sometimes stayed away from home for long periods of time. As she sat in her room looking at the situation, she called for her husband demanding to know what it meant. He told her that it is because the child is not white so, Desiree immediately wrote to her mother about what had happened.
She was first admitted to the hospital after she slit her wrists with a knife; this is the time she had become despondent, irritable, and out of control at home. The night before our interview, she had slammed her hand against the wall in an outburst of anger and frustration stating “I can’t stand it anymore” (Oster and Montgomery 41). Depression is defined as mood changes and other behaviors that are categorized from a small-scale sadness to extreme feelings of sorrow and thoughts to commit suicide (Oster and Sarah 43). In teenagers it occurs frequently and around a period in their lives when their identity begins to change. This tends to occur at a time when both males and females are trying to be unique from their parents, have gender and sexuality issues, and are making decisions for their well being.