Love Types in Othello What is love? This question has plaqued peoples mind since the beginning of time. People love ‘love’ so much that they write songs, movies, books, and poems about it. In modern times women have been raised with the image of a handsome prince coming to bestow the kiss of love (or life) upon us, thanks to Disney movies and romance novels. But when Shakespeare wrote about love, it was about many different kinds of love, and there usually are no ‘happily ever after’ endings.
Annie is the second person who is lost in ‘Falling from Grace’. Firstly she is lost without her sister she says “I’m not the oldest child. I want my sister back”, she also thinks she is responsible for Grace going missing she says “where was she? She’d gone so quickly” her mum is also worried she says “is she alright? Why did you leave her there?” Annie feels guilty because she climbed up the cliff and didn’t wait for Grace.
The doll has been passed down from generation to generation in Josephine’s family, and seems to represent the tragedy of each woman’s demise. Josephine’s mother, Manman, is not introduced to readers in good health, but throughout the story the theme of depression is emphasized by the mother’s rapid decline in health and appearance. When Manman is first introduced to readers she is not in good shape. “Her skin barely clung to her bones, falling in layers, flaps, on her face and neck.” Despite her appearance, it seems that she is holding onto some hope. She tells Josephine that the guards “have not treated me badly.” She also describes to her daughter how the food Josephine brings her lasts for many months.
(To My Dear and Loving Husband.) We also see Mary's love for her husband in her writings when she shows relief that he is alive and well after the Indians had lied to her and said he was dead. She was truly concerned about him throughout her writings and wanted to return to
This loss of humanity symbolizes her loss of artistic inspiration and a sense of her own unique identity. Yolanda - she is the tomboy amongst the four girls in the family and she got in trouble most of the time when she was a child. She felt the fear as her family struggled to leave the Dominican Republic. Once in the United States, she had difficulty interacting with men in sexual and romantic situations, and eventually divorced her husband, John. This heartbreak led to a mental breakdown and the
At this point, I was sure it was Della that worshipped her husband and he was not so devoted to his wife. It turned out Jim had sold his watch, of which he ‘‘took a mighty pride over’’ (p.2). It was then I realised the love they each shared for one another. Jim sold his prize possession to have enough money to buy Della the combs ‘‘her heart had had simply craved and yearned over without the least hope of possession’’ (p.4). This is why I particularly enjoyed and took pleasure this moving story.
It is other factors such as age and location that contribute to the relationship and determine the level of closeness. Emily’s lack of emotion towards her mother can be attributed to a number of issues in her youth. Since Emily was born, her mother had been working diligently to support the family. To make matters worse, she was only nineteen when Emily was born. Her husband left early on in Emily’s life and her mother was forced to leave her with friends or send her to day care.
Jamie and Tom. When Anna lost both her sons she was distraught. She wasn’t sure what to do or how to act. With Anna being like this she turns to drugs ‘poppies’ to give her some pain relief and escape from the mourning. Anna quotes "I thought that she could teach me much about how to manage alone as a woman in the world."
The Cousin Obed Ramotswe’s cousin had a good influence on Precious Ramatswe. Throughout the novel we learn how strong their relationship was and how the cousin helped her to develop. The cousin was married, but when her husband found out she could not have children they divorced. She went to live with her mother in a very small three-walled room. Her mother was very disappointed in her and treated her without respect or caring.
The Jilting of Granny Weatherall,” a short story by Katherine Anne Porter, describes the last thoughts, feelings, and memories of an elderly woman. As Granny Weatherall’s life is fading she sees her life before her eyes and the title all of a sudden makes more sense. She is filled with disappointment due to relationships in her life. She has failed with everything and everyone in her life. She is filled with fear in her last moments, all alone.