The lavish parties he had to hide the emptiness in his life. He idolize Daisy liked he did the wealth. Gatsby never realize daisy was not impressed by his materialism Daisy was dealing with reality and Gatsby was dealing with turning his life into something he wanted it to be. And in the end Gatsby lost everything he was trying to gain at no matter what. The book is a revelation on how thing was in the roaring twenties and the attitude of rich people.
With people tormenting her about her cousins who were teen moms, or her father who made a fool of his drunken self in public, the poor girl felt like nothing more than dirt, and she wanted to be thought of as flawless and beautiful. Edith dreamed of being a celebrity, she wished to be a perfect girl, and to live in a perfect world "in which only married women had babies, and in which men and women stayed married forever." The shacks in which Eddie grew up were less than desirable, and supposedly thought of as contemptible, by people of a higher social class. When Edith moved to the boarding house, with set meal times, she was quite ashamed to think of how people living in the shacks didn't have meal times, they simply found any food they could and ate by themselves when they were hungry. The potato-chip plant that Eddie worked at
The family's rich friend Rajat Kapoor, has been found guilty of raping Aditi’s cousin when her cousin was a child, the wedding planner has a secret love with the maid and so on. All of these complex human relationships make this whole story seem very authentic. It leaves us with deep thoughts about different cultures and different attitude about social class. One thing that intrigued me so much was the different attitudes on sex or emotion between different classes in India. In the movie, we learn that the wedding planner is a poor and unsophisticated person who is from the low class.
RPrejudice First impressions aren't everything. However, most people judge others by their looks and behaviors. The basic conflict in the novel "Pride and Prejudice" written by Jane Austen was cause by the early judge toward others. This story is about a man named Mr. Darcy who refuses to dance with a girl named Elizabeth in a party, which causes her have prejudice toward Mr. Darcy and assumes that he has excessive pride. However, later on, Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth eventually fall in love with each other.
Although, it is understandable that she doesn’t point out his flaws with all the lies and guilt she has stacked up on her marriage. Assuming that this was the point of having Nora’s husband as a character, he showed the crudeness very discreetly and elegantly. He also emphasizes the fact that women don’t have as much credibility and respect outside of the home, especially at jobs. Men were portrayed as the moneymakers while woman were just the mothers. For example, when Nora’s friend from school was married her husband was in complete control of his business.
Money in The Great Gatsby Daisy Buchanan, Tom Buchanan, Jordan Baker, and Jay Gatsby were your typical 1920’s socialites In The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. These characters battle greater love for money or a love for each other. Daisy has spent her whole life being a rich, spoiled socialite. So when she met Gatsby before he had made his money she knew she had to block out her feelings for him. Daisy had been raised to marry for money and keep her family’s name involved in old money and lavish events.
The story starts off right away describing Madame Loisel beauty and charm but unfortunately she was born into the wrong class. She isn’t happy with the life that she has. She dreams of a life with parties and elegant dresses and jewels. Madame Loisel is so envious of a rich, old school friend who lives a different life that she actually refuses to go and visit because she feels worse about her life when she returns home. Her friend doesn’t appear to be proud of boastful in the story and doesn’t seem to care that Madame Loisel is poorer than her.
When the prince comes looking for the girl he fell for, nobody thinks even for a moment that it might be Cinderella. She would be unfit for such a noble prince! It is almost as if being a lower class citizen is something to be ashamed of. The story reinforces the unjust social standards that can still be seen in society today. It is always the rich Bourgeoisie that are regarded as the heroes.
He had suggested that she wear some flowers instead of expensive jewels, but she claimed that it was not enough for her. If she were to attend the party wearing cheap flowers, she would look even more poverty-stricken. The ladies at that party would all be rich and wealthy-looking and they would be expecting the same from her. Madame Loisel was not happy with just her expensive dress because
She was married to Monsieur Loisel who could only provide her a not so comfortable lifestyle. She is unsatisfied of what she have that she became nearly unaware of almost everything around her but the wealth she does not have. She keeps on imagining an extravagant existence: an elaborate feast, fancy jewels and clothing. She has a wealthy friend Madame Forestier. Mathilde is jealous of her and she will do anything in her power to reverse the mistake of destiny that made her poor.