The last archetype I chose for Romeo was the fall. Romeo fits this archetype because after marrying Juliet (the love of his life) He gets an incomplete message from his trusty servant. This sends Romeo furious and his emotions in an uproar. Romeo goes to see if the news is true. When he arrived at the family chamber he sees her laying there still, he gives her one last gentle kiss on her lips.
Ethan Frome by Edith Wharton “What I see is him that suffers most” was my initial thought toward Ethan’s life in the end. Edith Wharton’s ending of the novel filled my heart with such sorrow and compassion to Ethan’s situation. Wharton throughout the novel made subtle actions toward Ethan and his torn feeling to stay with his wife and his attraction toward his sister in law, Mattie Silver. I sympathize with Ethan Frome to an extent to the point in which I actually think his actions throughout the novel seemed like the right thing to do but, I feel little compassion toward him for he was the one to propose to Zeena without thinking of the consequences toward either him or Zeena. First of all, Wharton’s subtle action toward Ethan’s torn feelings for Mattie and being loyal to his wife.
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.
If he lets Antigone get away with burying her brother, it will make him seem weak, and the government corrupt. Creon is unaware of what his decisions do until the very end, when it is too late. Throughout the play, it is obvious that Creon is set up to fall, resulting in angst for his future and sympathy for his predicament. Creon’s strong leadership cannot change the decisions Antigone makes. Once Antigone makes up her mind, she does not waver.
However he had a tragic flaw but him confessing leads up to his tragic death that causes the audience to feel sympathy. John Proctor’s downfall is initiated by a human flaw which was his inability to control and resist his desire. When his wife Elizabeth got sick began to catch feelings for Abigail. When John Proctor stated “but I will cut off my hand before I’ll ever reach out for you” (page 15, act one) he shows how at one point he was having an affair behind his wife back and this lead up to all the madness in the town of Salem. When Abigail was talking to Proctor she says “She is telling lies to about me!
Like a normal man that has an immensely gorgeous girl in her late teens thrown at you, John Proctor fell in sin and committed adultery and had sexual relations with Abigail. This gives Abigail a pseudo-sense of anticipation that they will once be together. But this all twists invalidately, when Proctor shuns her down for his wife and good name. Subsequently Elizabeth Proctor known of this affair and as in result Elizabeth is forced to let Abigail go as the servant in the Proctor house.
When she works up the courage to tell her boyfriend, Kai, she is afraid that he will leave her because of this news. To her surprise, he does the exact opposite. It actually seems that this tragedy makes Kai appreciate Faye even more as a person and that he falls in love with her even more. Then after reading A Sorrowful Woman, we are informed of a family whose wife of a hardworking man and mother of a little boy is seemingly helpless and very ill. She is so bad off, depressed, and sick that she did not
After they momentarily lose their kids during a party they threw, they realize how much their kids depend on them, and gradually become responsible fathers. Lonnie falls in love with a woman from a Mommy and Me class named Brandy who he treats badly on date. Dominic's ex-girlfriend reveals she's a lesbian and feels he is too involved in his career to ever be a father. G's cousin No Good (Method Man) robs a store and his girlfriend feels he was in on it and takes their son away from him. After all three are given a talking to by Lonnie's Uncle Virgil, they realize how much they love their kids and what they have to do.
She once was servant for the Proctor household, but was fired when Elizabeth Proctor discovered that her husband was having an affair with her. Abigail becomes obsessed with Reverend Proctor after their affair. She did whatever she could to keep Proctor for herself. Abigail later on accuses Elizabeth Proctor of damaging her name in the community saying “She is blackening my name in the village! She is telling lies about me!
George Wilson is like Gatsby in the sense that they are both dreamers hoping for a better future. Myrtle Wilson is George Wilsons Wife, and also Tom Buchanan’s lover. She is tired of living in the run down valley of the ashes and that’s why she became tom’s lover. Unfortunately for her she only is an object of desire for tom Buchanan. She ends up getting killed at the end of the book in a hit and run accident with Gatsby.