The significant events, characters and cultural content all help the reader to understand the theme 'family relationship' portrayed in the text. Adeline has a lot of struggles throughout her life and this was mainly caused by family relationships. The reason why Adeline has struggles is because everyone in her family didn't want her except for her aunt and grandparents and she is gets treated unfairly by members of her family. Here is an example of Adeline's relationship between her siblings. "If you had not been born Mama would still be alive she died because of you.
Although Mrs. Mallard loved her husband the overwhelming thought of a life without him brought about emotions that she had buried inside which was a sense of freedom. The theme of this story comes together as Mrs. Mallard descends to her room to be alone. Mrs. Mallard was a sickly women afflicted with heart trouble. Her ailment was known to her family and friends. When the word come down that her husband had been in a train accident and feared dead her family and friends knew to break the news to her as easily as they possibly could.
They are both unhappy because their husbands trap them, then they are happy because they are free from their marriage. In the end, they are sad again because Mrs. Wright was incarcerated, and Mrs. Mallard because her husband was actually alive. The relationship the women have with their spouse was a big contribution to the terrible lives they lived. Women could not own any property at the time, or get a divorce from their husband. In patriarchal societies
But at the end of the day I feel sorry for her and I tend to understand why she feels the way she dose! You can’t blame the girl, for feeling depressed, she lives on a ranch where she is the only girl, her husband sees her as an object that he owns and she has no one to turn or talk to. In the book most of the characters have a negative view of her and tend to see her as trouble, but when you think about it she has the potential to get them in a lot of trouble, and she does, she cause Curley to have a broken hand and she gets Lennie in trouble for killing her, Every time, she is present in the book, she is never in a positive mood, she is always sulking or looking for Curley, I don`t actually think that there is one time in the book were she seems happy and it is when she is flirting , and even then she just gets negative reactions back! To summaries , overall i think that she is a very negative person, who has no hope of
Day to day the waiting brought grief and sorrow to the daughter and her mother. They longed for him to return. “Mother, when will the war be over?” “It is hard to say. Hopefully soon.” The daughter began to weep. The sadness and pain of waiting for weeks had overcome her.
For example, emotional anguish is shown in Dorothea Lange’s photo, “Migrate Mother” through the Mother of three by her facial expressions showing despair and hunger. Moreover, the woman is trying to provide for her three children on her own, during this painful time in history. The Great Depression gave Americans
All of Juliet's family members seem to show more emotion and care more about Juliet than they ever did when she was alive. Although it is a great tragedy to lose someone so close, I feel that it is too late to show their apparently deceased daughter how much they care about her. Lady Capulet and the Nurse mourn Juliet's death, with Nurse being her usual dramatic self and responding as she did when Tybalt died and Lady Capulet saying that it is the "most miserable hour that e'er time saw". Capulet, upon discovery that his daughter is dead, starts grieving immediately. He is both distraught and angry about Juliet's death, seeing as she's his only child.
Emily in my eyes looks like a poor sad woman that had been crying. Her cheek bones sunken in from lack of eating and nourishment; she looked like a very unstable person. I believe this story, in the argumentative purpose, is to inform and possibly help the audience make decisions. The argument is in a deliberative form. The mother, whom is the narrator, is focusing on the how she treated her daughter and the way she was raised and looking how it has affected her in her teenager and adult life.
This is hard for Autumn because they were the only family she had left. Autumn goes into shock and forgets about the real world and because of this she misses her appointment. An important idea in “No More Sad Goodbyes” is that life is full of hardship and grief. This is shown by Autumn’s father and grandmother dying and being left with nothing but a few friends. This is hard for Autumn as she has also just found out that she is pregnant from that one night with Jason and has to make a decision on what to do.
The numbness and non-reaction of Mrs Mallard, when she heard the news of her husband’s death shows the conflict with her husband. Somehow this conflict shows the desire of emancipation. Such as, “She didn’t hear the story as many women have heard the same, with Paralyzed inability to accept its significance” (paragraph 3). As one reads this, one immediately begins to think there is something else going on with Mrs Mallard rather than grief. It’s hard to fathom that someone would feel anything other than grief after being told that one’s husband is dead.