The American Dream America is where the American dream can be achieved. As long as you work hard it will be achieved. As long as your work hard it will pay off in the end. So many people are in search of the American Dream and it is extremely possible to achieve that goal with a little determination. America still provides access to the American Dream, to the “tired, poor, and the huddled masses.” I believe that it is possible for anyone to achieve the American dream.
No matter what, Americans were trained to do their very best. An American is anyone who loves life enough to want the best that life has to offer. Americans are not automatically satisified with their current situation, but look more into the future for a better tomorrow. A prime example of a hard worker is Martin Luther King, Jr. Willing to work and devote his whole life to the causes of justice, freedom, and happiness for society overall.
She is much like Alice in the sense that she comes from a wealthy family, but there is one key difference from the other two heroines, her father does not want her to get married. He shields her from men and from society making her socially awkward. They all involve setting off on a journey to seek out a different side of them, whether it will be to get more confidence, or to lose it all. The contrasting pair, A Rose for Emily and Alice in Wonderland will be up first. The two heroines being contrasted are Emily Grierson and Alice Kingsleigh.
Happiness is proved to be possible for every individual living in America, but it’s up to the individual to reach out for it. Being happy doesn’t just come naturally, one has to pursue
Live the life you have imagined (Think Exist).” Transcendentalists view humans as naturally good. They find the good in all aspects of life and accentuate the idea of self-reliance and individualism in an optimistic world. Optimism is an essential key to success—which is a standard Americans strive to achieve at all times. On the basis that these concepts and ideas, expressed by the transcendentalists, are needed to reach goals and to see the world in a different light, they paved an optimistic path for Americans in society. American’s ambition and strive for power
That is a positive motivation for young people and helps to set their goals. People don’t feel confused about their lives because they believe they share this dream, and they know exactly what to do: working hard and winning wealth and property. Everyone rewarded by the American Dream puts an effort to contribute to the nation. The United States becomes the most powerful country in the world, and the credit goes to each American dreamer. The myth of family stabilizes the whole nation.
Tom and Daisy, like the house, aren't really happy, or in love, but they have all the right properties and conveniences to cover the real situation up. Daisy didn't really want to marry Tom, and she new that at her wedding. Now, her marriage is falling apart, especially because Tom is having an affair and Daisy knows it. Neither of them really care about their child, and Daisy is completely s uperficial. She always acts bored with life and like everything is a pain, she seems to do everything for show.
He tries to win over Daisy’s heart by repeating what they did in the past because he thought that’s when everything was perfect. Gatsby is too hard headed to realize that Daisy is a different person now and the circumstances are completely different. What Gatsby didn’t realize was that it was never destined for him to win over Daisy because then the pain and misery he suffered from losing her before would last much longer this time around. Jay Gatsby fails at achieving the American Dream because his mind set of trying to achieve love by repeating past actions is the reason he doesn’t win over Daisy. Gatsby’s dream is to be with Daisy, he uses his wealth, the wealth that he never has when he first met Daisy.
He has everything a person could want, yet he is still unhappy, because the one woman he wants is the one woman he can’t have. Gatsby can’t look forward and move on with his life because he can’t let go of his past. He spends his whole life pining for Daisy. He got a house across the water from hers just so he could watch her light on the dock. He made himself a rich man of high social standing, all for the sole purpose of trying desperately to win her back.
Cassio is simply a handsome, virile man and this makes Othello jealous. Lago’s own wife Emilia is ignorant of his actions, she will do anything he said because she loves him but Iago always uses her rather than treat her as a woman he truly loves. Iago explains that his hatred of Othello is for choosing Cassio as his officer not him as he had expected. However, after Iago has aroused Othello’s suspicions about his wife’s behaviour, Othello becomes inarticulate and ferocious. Also, this is the first time that Othello, not Iago or anyone, just himself been a negative attention to either his nationality or his age, he feels like he is the outsider of them all.