Also, John Proctor is surprisingly sensitive and thoughtful. When he asks his wife if she is saddened he displays concern for her well-being. He wants nothing more than for his dear wife to feel loved and he is willing to do whatever it takes to make her feel that way. He always spoke good about his wife. For example, when Elizabeth was accused of witchcraft, John said, “My wife cannot lie, I have paid much to learn it sir.” (p.111) John Proctor's major flaw was his great pride in his name.
During the time of the protestant reformation, many English Puritans grew resentful of the newly developed religious features, differed from their way of life. Many of them chose to settle elsewhere in order to create their own utopian society. With the same intentions, a group of Puritans settled in the Virginia colony area, which was later known as the New England colonies. The Puritans’ values and ideas will deeply root in the colony and affect the colony’s economic, social, and political development since their arrival in 1630. The puritan society is an orderly, tightly knitted model of a holy community.
These situations show again the importance of unity and helping one another to make it through troubles. Steinbeck’s many allusions to the Bible reflect his personal views about religion and allow him to reinforce his theme of migrant families coming together to form a community to work together. He alludes to Biblical characters through Jim Casy
Puritans believed they must accept the difficult challenges they faced in the new world (America) and be faithful to their church So they could be forgiven for the sins they made. They also believe in predestination, which explains why she said, “When they went, they acted as if the devil had
Teacake made her realize what love was all about and it opened her eyes to what love could have been like in her prior marriages with Logan and Joe. Later in the novel Teacake dies. She was grieving over him but “the kiss of his memory made pictures of love and light against the wall. Here was peace. She pulled in her horizon like a great fish-net…so much of life in its meshes!
The Vietnam War affected the lives of Vietnamese in the north in many ways. It affected them by making them hate Americans, living in harsh conditions, and suffering injuries from the war. It made bad memories and problems that last even to this day for the Vietnamese in the north. Not only did the men face these problems but the women as well. North Vietnamese were against the Americans during the war and had multiple reasons in hating Americans.
Catholics believe that only good works from people was the only way to get to salvation, but Luther was trying to make people know that you do not need to pay to be saved you just got to follow God’s rules, be good, and follow Jesus´ footsteps. Luther translated the New Testament so that people could learn about Jesus and his teachings. The church back then made Catholics fear God, they did this to take advantage of Catholics and make them pay money to the church. Luther always said that Go was never going to leave us and that he was going to be always with us. He also preached that when the time was right you will go to eternal salvation and not doing by paying.
Falling in love with Blancheflor has showed him how to be compassionate and how to think about someone else other than himself. He is not so selfish anymore and it is now that he actually starts to worry about his mother. When he left, she fell to the ground and it was unclear whether or not she was alive. Perceval did not care at all and kept going. He is finally starting to worry about his mother and sets on a journey back to
This gift subdued his father entirely to her love, but if she ever lost or gave it as a gift he would find another love interest. Othello’s mother gave him this gift as she died and he gave it to Desdemona as a symbol of their love. This gift is a strawberry patterned handkerchief that in which Iago is fully aware of its significance. He knows that making it appear as though Desdemona has given Cassio the handkerchief will be the proof Othello needs to believe his wife has been unfaithful. His wife, Emilia, is Desdemona’s loyal attendant and accompanies her at all times.