In comparison, throughout ‘A Doll’s House’ we pick up hints that Nora is a secretive woman and later come to realise that like Mrs Arbuthnot she has being hiding a large and important secret from her loved ones, and that is that she has taking a secret loan out in her husband Helmer’s name which presents woman to be extremely devious. The fact that woman had to hide their secrets demonstrates they would have been looked upon as more shameful than a man because of their lower status. In ‘A Woman of No Importance’ Wilde presents woman in contemporary society to be of a much lower class than men by constantly mentioning how woman are a lot less under achieving than most males and that it is the way that men like society to be. “But good women have such limited views on life.” By Lord Illingworth saying this to Gerald whilst
In the story, Stella-Rondo, who is the younger sister of Sister, tries to turn Papa-Daddy against Sister, and tells a lie to Papa-Daddy that Sister thinks he should have cut his beard. The lie makes Papa-Daddy very angry. However, Sister fails to show her innocence because she doesn’t have a clear communication with Papa-Daddy to let him know the truth which she has never said that. She just simply leaves the table when Papa-Daddy is blaming on her, gives up the chance clarifying the truth (44). Sister is not confident enough to communicate with Papa-Daddy.
This is tied into the 1920s though the new morals and standards of young women that were coming to power in the 1920’s. As they were in the hotel, Gatsby springs up and says “She never loved you, do you hear? He cried. She only married you because I was poor and she was tired of waiting for me. It was a terrible mistake, but in her heart she never loved anyone except me” (137) Gatsby is telling of how Daisy Buchanan is no longer loyal to Tom and how she now wants him back because he has run into money.
• ‘You aint ruined’ – sense that she is envious that the other farm girl can be no naive (could remind herself of her). Now she is seen as a second class citizen and cannot marry or have a family because she is married • ‘You blue and bleak face could’ - unhealthy because she is unhappy because she has no life or status DIDNT TAKE WHAT THEY WERE DOING SERIOUSLY • Although the reader is like to feel sorry for the poet, ‘we played’ tells us that she saw her loves as a game. Could suggest that she liked all the attention. • She saw them as toys too, ‘my hurdy gurdy monkey men’ • Now she realises what she has done wrong and is has set in she still shows now sign of sorrow, ‘o you didn’t know I’d been ruined’ the breezy tone is heavily ironic. • ‘You aint ruined’ – suggesting she was like her and wanted all these clothes and privileges
What’s dramatic is that Stanley doesn’t take Blanche’s mental state into consideration saying, "Let's have some rough house!" This shows Stanley doesn't care about Blanche or what she's been through even after uncovering her lies. What made this scene the dramatic high point of the play is that he raped his partners sister as she was conceiving his child that night, bringing a new life into the world as he took Blanche’s, which made the end of scene the utmost dramatic scene. The scene itself is structured dramatically towards the end of the play. From the perspective we watch them through the viewpoint of a play which allows us to make our own opinions of the characters.
Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister is a novel about a beautiful and spoiled child named Clara, who is not allowed outside of her home for a strange reason. The evil stepmother, Margarethe and her two daughters, Ruth and Iris has came into Clara’s life. Ruth is mute and assumed to be handicapped and yet she is pretty smart. Iris is the younger sister, though both of them aren’t beautiful. Margarethe’s family is falling and breaking apart, she had no one to stay with until Luykas Schoonmaker or the “master” takes the threes in.
“‘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.
She is a temptress who disturbs the fraternity of the men, for whenever she enters the bunkhouse, or at least stands in the doorway, preventing the men's passage, Curley's wife is a source of tension: The men worry that they will succumb to her physical allure; they worry that Curley will appear and become jealous and enraged against them. Once she has tempted Lennie, he sins and kills her--albeit accidentally. At any rate, the death of Curley's wife is the end of the "dream" for Lennie and George and Candy. There can be no Eden for them as George must kill Lennie before he is caught and his soul destroyed. With the death of the child-like Lennie, the innocent dream of having a ranch is also
They completely overlook the fact that Juliet wants none other as a husband but Romeo. Instead, they choose to look as Romeo’s banishment as a good thing because now their daughter isn’t wed to a Montague. This decision that is made for Juliet sets her in panic. She then rushes to get out of the fate her father has just promised her. This is when the poor decision of faking her death is made.
His goal of being with her had come true, but while being out on the town Tom finds out about the affair and things are laid out on the table. An argument starts up between Tom and Gatsby on who Daisy loves with Gatsby saying, “ ‘ Your wife doesn't love you…. She never loved you. She loves me….. She never loved you, do you hear...She only married you because I was poor and she was tired of waiting for me. It was a terrible mistake, but in her heart she never loved anyone except me (137).” As he argues with Tom you can see his defiance to believe that Daisy could love another.