For what reason does Egeus want her to marry Demetrius? Is it that he hates Lysander or loves Demetrius? Hermia will never have that kind of happiness with Demetrius that she’ll have with Lysander. If I was forced to be away from Theseus I would never accept that decision and go against everyone and I think with that much pressure Hermia will do the same. In my opinion, due to how Egeus is treating Hermia, she should never agree to anything he says.
Egeus is angry because his daughter refuses to marry Demetrius, the man of his choice, but is instead in love with Lysander. Egeus accuses Lysander of bewitching his daughter and stealing her love by underhanded means. Agreeing with Egeus, Theseus declares that it is a daughter's duty to obey her father. Hermia demands to know the worst punishment she will receive for disobedience. Death or spending her life in a nunnery comprise Hermia's choices.
They both support their husband in hating both tribes. The best for their child As both of the ladies only had a child,they always demanded the best dor their child’s life. Lady Capulet seemed to have advanced plan for Juliet eventhogh the plan was not too ‘good’ for Juliet. As for Lady Montaque, she willing to give up anything for her beloved son Romeo. Contrasts Motherless vs real motherhood The rating of motherhood between the two ladies are totally diffferent in vary ways.
However, due to her mother’s interference, this was not possible. She had to marry Curley simply because she had to get married - she had no choice. Here we see her as a vulnerable and fragile character. We also see this during her conversation with Lennie just before her death. She shares with Lennie about the puny relationship between her and Curley.
She cannot let go, and blames her sister for the death of her son. She wants revenge, but also feels that she needs it and cannot let go. She had her son taken from her by her sister, as she had her child illegitimately and caused shame upon her family. You have sympathy for her here as she does not deserve to have her son taken away from her. It seems unfair, as she loves her child but she knew the consequences of having a child outside marriage, so knew what would happen to her and her son.
Once she decides not to live up to parental expectations, she has no familial protection: CAPULET Hang thee, young baggage, disobedient wretch!/I tell thee what: get thee to church o’ Thursday,/Or never after look me in the face. (3.5.166-68) Influence Character Thematic Conflict Threat vs.Security Juliet’s thematic conflict is best illustrated when she dares to disobey her parents. Her apparent willfulness compels her father to threaten the very security she is dependent upon. Expectation Influence Character Problem Juliet is driven by the expectations placed upon her: A woman . .
“‘You’re afraid, Nana, she might have said. You’re afraid that I might find the happiness you never had. And you don’t want me to be happy. You don’t want a good life for me. You’re the one with the wretched heart.’” (Hosseini 27) After her mother’s death, Mariam faces a father who refuses to acknowledge her due to her harami status, and she is sent off to be married to a strange man in a different city just so her father doesn’t have to see her.
This is for all: I would not, in plain terms, from this time forth Have you so slander any moment leisure As to give words or talk with the Lord Hamlet. Look to't, I charge you. Come your ways. “(1.3.135-144) Ophelia is in love with Hamlet, but it isn’t accepted in her family because her father Polonius and brother Laertes thinks he is a bad influence on her since he is a King and they think all the King wants is to use her for her body and not truly love her. Polonius orders Ophelia to listen to him and not speak to Hamlet.
Capulet becomes enraged at Juliet when she refuses to marry Paris and go with her parent’s wishes. He shouts, “Speak not, reply no, do not answer me”, when Juliet has the nerve to stand up to him and have her share of her opinion. Capulet, not believing this, orders her not to answer him back, stating that he will have his way, as he says, “Do not answer me.” Although Juliet tries to prevent her marriage with Paris, her father stands his ground. “Or I will drag thee on a hurdle thither. Out you green-sickness carrion, out you baggage.
For Bernard, his opposition comes from anger, jealousy, and vengeance, “Helmholtz and the savage took to one another”, “Bernard felt… a pang of jealously” (182). John responds to this, and Bernard is angry towards John for not going to the party, with indifference he does not act upon any will to appease Bernard. John did the right thing for not apologizing, but he should have been more careful of Bernard’s rude outbursts. 4. It's ironic because even though Lenina says she will always like John, she would never be able to marry John because she can't just be with one person for the rest of her life.