Because of this, he embodies an angry character, which he then takes out on the people around him, including his loved ones. In the movie adaptation of the short story “In a Grove”, the wife of the samurai was unhappy in her marriage, unbeknownst to her husband, and felt oppressed, so she tried to use Tajomaru, a criminal, as a way out of it. Because she did not want to be honest with her husband about the way she felt, the wife lived an unhappy life, and endured a traumatic experience trying to get out of it. Unlike the wife, Tajomaru was very honest about the crimes he had committed and the things he wanted, and therefore lived a happier and more carefree
Overall, the women were upset that their men were never home, thus making an unbalance in their family, leading to an unbalance in society. War not only derives nations, but also the families of the soldiers. Many explanations have raised from the text of Aristophanes play Lysistrata and the theme of Anti-War. “Behind every great man, there is a great woman”, “Brawn vs. Brains”, and “Women, you can’t live with them, and you can’t live without them.” these sayings are loosely based on the play that has occupied our history. The play Lysistrata shows the theme of anti-war through the precise work of symbolism, characters and word choice.
She became extremely uncomfortable with the tensions between her sister, the thought of her husband in combat at war, and the expectations of the team. She often complained that the “game” was becoming too hard and Dugan reminded her that it is suppose to be that way or else everyone would do it. “The hard is that makes it great.” (Marshall) Dottie refused to see how special and important her opportunity was. The entire league viewed her as the most talented player and this made her uncomfortable appearing as being #1 and the pressures that came with that. On the other hand, Dottie’s sister Kit represented the “fear of failure” athlete.
In Eudora Welty’s “Why I live at P.O.”, Sister, the narrator, tries to alter the viewpoints of the reader to shape their interpretations to match the bias and the animosity towards the family. People often allow their perceptions to be influenced by a self-serving bias that can jade the depth of reality. In her reality, Sister is the victim that gets ridiculed by her family especially her sister Stella-Rondo whom she harbors a jealousy. Sister claims her life was “fine” before Stella-Rondo shows up and interrupts everything. She describes Stella-Rondo be inconsistent and unstable based on her being spoiled when they were children.
The Bundrens have not form of civilized communication. They always end up disagreeing with each other. This has created intense barriers in their family life and has pushed away the possibility of being a normal family. In the novel, one realizes that Addie’s children resent each other and they are always competing for their mothers love. "If everybody wasn’t burning hell to get her there, with Cash all day long right under the window, hammering and sawing at that…" (6) Clearly from this statement, Jewel felt that his family was exaggerating the issue of Addie’s death.
In the stories, A Rose for Emily by William Faulkner and The Jilting of Granny Weatherall by Katherine Anne Porter both women had different reactions to the similar situations of being rejected by their lover and losing a loved one. In Faulkner’s story, A Rose for Emily, the main character, Miss Emily, acted out irrationally when her lover, Homer, rejected her. All her life Emily was not able to have a chance with any suitors because her father always pushed them away. When she got older she began to loose her beauty and she felt she would never get married
Countries revolt against their pernicious overseers; people rebel against theirs. Tita, after having been denied the freedom to express her love to Pedro, reconciled herself to playing with Roberto, Pedro’s son. But when even that was taken from her, she couldn’t just continue to comply with Mama Elena’s decisions and go back to work. For the first time, she refused to silently accept it. She screamed at Mama Elena that she is “sick of them [her orders]” and “sick of obeying you [Mama Elena]” (Esquivel 99).
It gets to a point where he wants to quit due to the fact of his wife’s constant stress caused by his continuous endangerment, which caused her to induce her delivery of their son. That ended up being one of the main conflicts in the film along with Mr.Daider’s lack of motivation to educate these children. But in one final stand will his
Married to John, and has 3 sons. Conflicts she encountered: * Elizabeth and John Proctor are in conflict with one another because John has had an affair with Abigail Williams, a young woman who used to work for them and whom Elizabeth fired due to her involvement with John. * Abigail hates Elizabeth for firing her and taking her away from close proximity to John, which causes her to be one of the wrongly accused people of witchcraft. How did she deal with the conflict? * Elizabeth dealt with her husband’s affair by coming to realize that she may have been partly at fault for her husband's unfaithfulness, because she was not always as warm and loving as she could have been.