Furthermore the word "dexterity" shows how quickly and skilfully Gertrude has remarried, not even pausing to remorse her decreased husband. From this the audience can infer a women who is manipulative and cunning; as if she already had a plan to remain the ruling queen. The exaggeration shows how distraught and disgusted Hamlet is about the marriage and with his mother. Also, this illustrates how much Gertrude has fallen in her son’s eyes due to her treacherous deeds. For Shylock, Shakespeare uses language choice to channel all his anger towards his daughter, Jessica, who eloped with a Christian, leaving Shylock “ducat-less”, demonstrated by the quote "Four score ducats at a sitting!
Clara’s conflict with Esteban is witnessed during her second pregnancy when she announces she is expecting twins named; Jaime and Nicolas. Esteban is openly disappointed, reason being that Clara doesn’t name one of the twins after him. He goes to a brothel in town known as Christopher Columbus. Clara with her feminist character meets one person whom they become close friends with and that is Esteban’s sister, Ferula. She invites Ferula to move in with them in their family house that Esteban designed to look as European as possible.
It is only later on, however, when everyone finds out that the prophesy is true, her life becomes very miserable and it results in tragedy for herself and others. Though, Gertrude has no prophesies to help her, she too turns a blind eye to the truth that her new husband may have had something to do with her old husbands death. To protect her luxuries status as queen, she marries Claudius as soon as possible. “With mirth in funeral and with dirge in marriage” her husband remarks “In equal scale weighting delight and dole” (II.ii (12-13). The thing she is ignoring is that instead of being sad, Claudius is marrying her.
Eventually, they start dating, and Scott learns that if he wants to stay with Ramona, he has to defeat (as in, murderously destroy) her “Seven Evil Exes”, pretty much all whom she cheated on or gruesomely dumped. The movie continues on to depict Scott’s battles with Ramona’s exes as she nonchalantly places nearly all past relational fails on previous partners, with small comments of “wanting to start over”. Eventually, Scott learns the power of self respect, starts placing his worth in his own ability, defeats the final “Ex”, along with a past version of himself, and more or less walks off into the sunset with Ramona. For this film, I will be analyzing the romantic relationships between Scott, Knives, and Ramona. Theoretical Analysis: Through the lens of attraction theory, I want to first analyze Scott’s communication and interaction patterns.
“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.
There he first met her 12-year-old daughter, Dolores, whom he called Lolita. Humbert was immediately obsessed with Lolita. But Lolita’s mother fell in love with Humbert and asked him to marry her. Since Humbert wanted to live together with Lolita, he agreed even he disliked her. But one day, Charlotte read his diary and learned of his true feelings and intentions, desperately, she planned to flee but killed by a passing car when she ran across the street.
They become a couple and get married. She gives birth to their child, but the relationship ends in a sad way. The brother was a family dad, but converts to be an alcoholic. Marianne throws him out, and after that he moves in with his sister again. In the first lines at page 1 it is a 1st person narrator who expresses the story.
Morrie’s doctor guessed he had about two years left to live but morrie knew it was less. Morrie then conducts a living funeral that way he could here all the wonderful things people would say about him unlike actual funerals. The student- Mitch explains how he lost touch with morrie and abandoned his dreams. He gets masters in journalism and, He drowns himself in work after the death of his beloved uncle, and the many failed attempts of becoming a famous pianist. He then meets Janine and marries her after 7 years of being together.
Eddie breaks this Code of Honour and his own loyalty in his nature when his wife's cousins come over from Italy to live with Eddie and his family. When one of the cousins, Rodolpho, falls in love with Eddie's niece Catherine, Eddie is furious. He does not approve of this at all, and decides to take drastic action by reporting the cousins to the immigration officers all just to keep Catherine to himself, and this is how he breaks the Code. From the very beginning of the play it is clear that Eddie loves Catherine but it is also slightly hinted that he has more feelings towards Catherine which he shouldn't have so it is obvious from the start that there will be disaster in the play as soon as anything comes between Eddie and Catherine. At the start of the play Eddie is talking to Catherine and it is clear to see how much that Eddie loves Catherine, though we are not aware of the extent of his emotions towards her and we also do not see their tragic potential.
While Gatsby went off to the war, Daisy continued in her artificial life. After the war, he attends the Trinity College, Oxford. He enrolled there after returning from duty in WW1. While there, he receives a letter from Daisy, telling him she has married wealthy man, Tom Buchanan. Gatsby then decides to start a new era of his life by becoming a man of wealth.