But after her father yells at her and tells her if she doesn’t marry she’ll be kicked out of the house; she goes to Friar Laurence for advice. When Juliet takes the potion Friar Laurence gives her she has to think about it. This is something Romeo probably wouldn’t do. But love over comes her decision and she takes it. Nobody tells Romeo that it’s just a potion and Juliet’s not really died, he buys poison and goes to Juliet’s tomb.
Even though after seven months of discovering the affair, Proctor wants his wife trust and honesty but to do that he has to first confront his unfaithfulness to his wife. Elizabeth claims that Proctor still has feelings for Abigail and cannot confront her, as he should. Goody Proctor says “John, have you ever shown her somewhat of contempt? She cannot pass you in the church but you will blush-“(Miller,1945,Act 2,
“… Who was it that wrote to the chemist saying his wife was a prostitute? And who was it that gave the lollipop man a nervous breakdown?” We also learn that the ‘kiddy’ has died of Leukemia and that the ‘couple opposite’ were actually going to visit him in the hospital every night. She then is given a suspended sentence and has to get regular visits from social workers, both of whom Miss Ruddock doesn’t like. You would think Miss Ruddock would redeem herself, instead Miss Ruddock continues to write letters this time to report the policeman whom she thinks is having an affair with the woman in ‘no. 56’.
This tension has been building up throughout the play with Cassie hinting that Michael was not such a perfect husband as Marie believes. She tells Marie earlier; ‘sure he was hardly ever here when he was alive.’ Throughout scene four, Munro makes Cassie’s dialogue and hints more direct and blunt; ‘not much perfect about him’. She talks about men going with women for sex and claims ‘they’re all the same’ and says specifically about Michael, ‘all the times he made a fool of you to your face and making a fool of you with all those women.’ The climax finally occurs when Cassie’s hinting stops and she confesses the sordid truth. Marie claims
Her father, Polonius, suggests that she does not waste her time on Hamlet and that she should not talk or spend time with him. Ophelia is no longer allowed to pursue things with Hamlet because of the disapproval of her father and brother. This takes a toll on Ophelia and is one of the many reasons why her life is so tragic. Even though Ophelia unconditionally loves Hamlet, it is not a mutual feeling. The King, Claudius, sends many people to spy on Hamlet throughout the play and Hamlet begins to think that Ophelia is helping the King spy on him.
Tom doesn’t seem to care that his affair hurts Daisy, he proves this by take Nick (Daisy cousin) to meet his mistress “I want you to meet my girl” (pg24). He seems to ignore Daisy throughout the book until he suspects Daisy is having an affair with Gatsby, and then he seems to come unglued. “I suppose the latest thing is to sit back and let Mr. Nobody from Nowhere make love to your wife” (pg130). Tom’s ego takes a hit when he finds out Gatsby wants something that is
Yet another family game ad showed a dorky guy got a sarcastic answer from a beautiful woman, besides that, in a wine ad, men are not given any reward before getting their work done. For TV shows such as Still standing, Bill (Mark Andy) embarrasses his wife Judy (Jamie Gertz) in front of her reading group, that she is dropped from the group. On the other hand, Everybody loves Raymond, Raymond (Ray Romano) must choose between bathing the twin boys or helping his daughter with the homework which he begrudgingly agrees to assist his daughter, for whom he is no help whatsoever stating today’s comedy often feature bumbling husbands and inept, uninvolved fathers. Michael state that CBS is not the only one to be blame, ABC’s My Wife and Kids and According to Jim, Fox’s The Bernie Mac Show, The simpsons, Malcolm in the middle, and the recently cancelled Titus, and the WB’s Reba also feature women who are better organized and possess better relational skills than their male counterparts. While most televisions dramas tend to avoid gender stereotypes, as undermine “realism,” comic portrayals of men have become very negative.
Iago believes “bewixt my sheet He’s [Othello] done my office”, meaning Othello has had sexual relations with his wife, Emilia. Iago’s pride has been severely bruised, he now feels displaced in his private life by Othello and in his working life by Cassio. Reading on in the play, Othello seems to be a very moral character, a complete contrast to Iago. We see how in love Othello is with Desdemona and as an audience we find it very hard to believe that this is true, Othello would never do such a thing.
They think that his recent behaviour has been strange as he has been very unhappy and seems to be avoiding the daylight. As soon as dawn breaks, he goes to his room and “makes himself an artificial night”. Shortly after this, we discover the reason for Romeo’s behaviour. He is in love with a girl called Rosaline and his desperate love is not returned, despite his best efforts, for example giving her money. This unrequited love is painful for him and he feels weighed down by it.
Sufiya’s father did not want a daughter, he was ashamed of her. This shame that was then projected onto her, which made her feel ashamed herself. To begin with, the book starts off with the background behind one of the main character’s lives. Three siblings, Chhunni, Munnee, and Bunny, had a father who hated them, after he died they decided to have a party since their father wouldn’t let them leave the house while he was still alive. During the party, one of them had, had sex, which happened to be against their religion since she was not married.