In Act 3 scene 5 it could be argued that Juliet is failed by both her parents. Her mother, Lady Capulet, may have failed her in the sense that she does not understand Juliet or have any knowledge as to what is going on in her life. Juliet is crying because Romeo has been banished, yet Lady Capulet believes her to be crying over Tybalt’s death. Juliet cries that “no man like he doth grieve [her] heart”, referencing how upset she is that Romeo is no longer in Verona but Lady Capulet believes this to be “because the traitor murderer lives”. This illustrates how Lady Capulet is ignorant to the fact that her daughter is now married to Romeo, leading to her inability to understand the meaning behind what Juliet is saying.
She looks on the verge of breaking down…” (51). Andre’s mother’s mouth remained shut, but she obviously showed very strong emotions. She obviously was very dreaded by the fact that her son passed away and she somehow shows regret on ever convincing Andre that she would not accept his homosexuality. Which character is the Antagonist? Cal The antagonist is Cal.
Hamlet and Ophelia should not marry as it is essential for Hamlet to stay away from Ophelia to fake his insanity and also, Hamlet accuses Ophelia as being deceptive and he currently detests love and marriage. To carry out his plan to avenge his father’s death, Hamlet has to make everyone believe that he has gone insane and Ophelia might jeopardize that very plan, as she is too submissive to her father. This is known from the line, “I shall obey, my lord” (I.iii.136). In this quote, Ophelia shows abundance of her obedience to Laertes, her father. Laertes is Claudius’s right hand man and if he got hold of the information that Hamlet is faking insanity, he would unquestionably report it to the king and that will foil Hamlet’s quest for revenge in the future.
Also, her lack of intelligence has left her with no job and an inability to get a job. In the story, there are many reasons contributing to Jean’s feeling of emptiness and difficulty in her life. To begin, her husband, Ross feels as though he has married beneath himself, and he does not love her anymore. Their marriage was most likely caused by Jean getting pregnant with their son, which made Ross feel like he had to marry her out of force. In the story, Ross specifically tells their son, Kevin that he should try not to marry beneath himself because he will end up stuck in the same situation as him.
Curley treats his wife as an object and forbids her from talking to other people. Candy is old, disabled, and can not work. Crooks is being racially discriminated and bullied. As a result, their lonely. Curley’s Wife’s loneliness is caused by her husband.
Laertes tries to caution his sister to “ … Keep within the rear of your affection…” He tells her if she gives into her desire, she will only get hurt in the end. Polonius’ advice is different from Laertes, as where Laertes is looking out for his sister because he loves, when Polonius is only looking out for himself. Polonius calls Ophelia naïve, he says that Ophelia does not understand pediment that she have gotten her self-involved in. Polonius tells Ophelia that she should not believe the promises Hamlet has made for her, that he is deceiving her by swearing his love, his vows “ …they are brokers, Not of that dye which their investments shows...” they are not as wholesome as they appear. Polonius forbids Ophelia to see Hamlet
How does Polonius react to the news of Hamlet’s strange behavior? · He thinks Hamlet is just mad because Ophelia dissed him. 3. What evidence of Hamlet’s affections for Ophelia exists? · He tells Ophelia he loves her and does not love her, thinks she should never have trusted him but wants her to go away to a nunnery for her own protection.
"Sure." Unfortunately Krebs is too caught up in his own world to be his sister’s older brother and to show her why this mindset she has is wrong. There comes a point where both of Krebs’s parents are fed up with his laziness and his unwillingness to do anything with his life that his mother sits him down and tries to approach him in a more of a religious way. She speaks of God and how much they love him and want the best for him. "I'm your mother," she said.
It can be argued that I’m The King Of The Castle is a novel about the need for communication between people because the lack of communication and understanding between Kingshaw and his mother create issues or prevent problems from being solved. Mrs. Kingshaw ‘s lack of effort in communicating with Kingshaw exacerbates the struggle that Kingshaw is going through, as on top of the torment he is receiving from Hooper, Kingshaw feels that he cannot even turn to his mother for help or comfort. Kingshaw also is subject to Hooper’s schemes because Hooper knows that Kingshaw does not have a good relationship with his mother, and that he could do anything to Kingshaw without being punished or make up lies about Kingshaw and know that Mrs. Kingshaw and Mr. Hooper would side with Hooper. Mrs. Kingshaw does not understand Kingshaw’s character, as she would know that Kingshaw did not do the things that Hooper accused him if doing if she knew what his personality was. Mr. Hooper also does not understand Edmund, and does not see his malevolent, manipulative ways.
Through the dysfunctional relationships in this play, Shakespeare describes how a family can be damaged by favoritism. Meanwhile, “The Glass Menagerie”, written by Tennessee Williams demonstrates the devastation to a family that results from life’s pressures and their own fears after being deserted by their husband and father. King Lear, a single father raising three daughters, and Gloucester, a single father with two sons, together with Amanda, who is also a single mother with a daughter and a son, suffers all the trials and tribulations of parent-child relationships. They are in the same situation yet so different in many ways. In both Wingfield and Lear families, there was a lack of respect from children to parent.