She starts pulling off the wallpaper as she wants to free the trapped woman and this depicts how capable she is to fight against her own suppression as well. On the contrary, Edna Pontellier is fascinated by the sea and her liking for Robert further heightens as he teaches her to swim shedding all her frights and this symbolizes her awakening as an individual human being as well as her struggle against her imprisonment in the institution of marriage. Unlike her husband, Robert talks to her heart and it is depicted in “The sentiments which she entertained for Robert in no way resembled that which she felt for her husband” (Chopin 121). She later reveals her awakening as “It was you who awoke me last summer out of a life-long
She often remarks that she is proud of her diagnosis as a sociopath, and the other girls feel somehow fearless when in her company. The dark side of Lisa’s personality, however, can appear very abruptly, and she goes from being extraordinarily nice to the “new patient” Susanna to perversely cruel in a matter of seconds. Lisa is also very proud of her history as an ex-junkie who never sleeps, barely eats, and never takes her medication, using it instead as a barter item to get favors out of the other patients in the ward. She almost never speaks of any family except her brother, but even that relationship is not defined to any extent. She displays many characteristic patterns of behavior which indicate the diagnosis of an antisocial personality disorder or a sociopath.
Little did she know what that daddy dearest had survived the shot, almost bled to death but lived and soon recovered using a special drug without which his organs were failing, only to be killed by Phil Coulson once again, this time for real. If only she knew she did have a last name, Garrett. Daughter of John Garrett, former agent of S.H.I.E.LD and the main culprit of Hydra. The daughter Garrett thought he had lost twenty five years ago. It was S.H.I.E.L.D who took away her family, only in hopes to get rid of Hydra not knowing that Garrett survived and continued the project under the radar until he was brought to an end once and for all just recently.
However because Miss Emily was so secretive all she did was stare at the druggist and he ended up still getting the arsenic for her, never knowing what it was really for. Impulsive nature within sociopaths and Miss Emily consists of her creating hopelessness in her victim (Homer) and she believed that she was all-powerful and had no concern for her impact on others. Miss Emily created hopelessness in Homer by killing him with arsenic and not giving him the choice to leave her, which is what the townspeople thought he was going to
Chillingworth, a man of age and wisdom, has a dark side that many don’t see. His shoulders are hunched and deformed making him look almost as evil as he actually was. He refuses to admit to be married to Hester because he wants to get his revenge in silence. “Sooner or later, he must needs be mine,” is Chillingworth’s way of saying that he is committing his life to finding this man and killing him. He sat in jail with Hester and made her promise to keep their marriage a secret.
“I don’t even care about Mark. The guy who was my best friend doesn’t even exist no longer” (Hinton153). This is an example from the book because when Bryon calls the police on Mark because Bryon found out that Mark was selling pills, Bryon loses his best friend, “brother”, team mate and he is so confused with himself, he doesn’t know who he is anymore, or who his friends are. At the beginning of the book, Bryon is very moral; he knows what is right from wrong. “I still felt that stealing was wrong or
If Alice died in jail people would start praising her and there would be a bigger push for women’s suffrage. Also, Alice demonstrated much courage because they force fed her and this was a very painful process which caused her to throw up. Even though this was painful, Alice continued not to eat. Lucy as went on a hunger strike, but after Alice did. Both of these women demonstrated much courage throughout the entire movie and they never stopped fighting for what they believed in.
Macbeth compared to Porphyria's Lover Macbeth’s obsession is his thirst for power; you could say that Porphyria’s lover’s obsession is his desire to preserve the perfect moment in their relationship. The human flaw of lack of remorse is experienced by the speaker in ‘Porphyria’s Lover’. Shortly after his brutal murder, he says; ‘And strangled her. No pain felt she; I am quite sure she felt no pain.’ The repetition of the words ‘no pain’ show lack of remorse as despite committing this horrific crime, he shows no emotions and, typical of a 19th century man, shows the eponymous character thinks he is in control of the women and knows what she is feeling. The shocking offence of murder is juxtaposed with these words (‘no pain felt she’), which demonstrates this man’s madness due to the drastic contrast, showing his mind is all over the place.
They are scarcely remembered. Women play a small role in these six short stories: “The Things They Carried,” “Love,” “Spin,” “Sweetheart Of the Song Tra Bong,” “Stockings,” and “The Lives Of The Dead”. Beloved female characters such as Martha, Mary Anne Bell, Linda, Kathleen, and Henry Dobbins’s girlfriend all affect the men of the Alpha Company. The men romanticize the women and use their occurrence in writing, photographs, and even their imagination, as a manner of comfort and memento that humanity other than killing and war does exist outside the mayhem of Vietnam. They represent the part of life that the soldier’s were hoping and dreaming about, and they are getaway from war.