The affair continues, but ends abruptly when Anna is summoned back home by her husband. Gurov returns to his home and family in Moscow and embraces his old life, hoping and assuming that he will forget all about Anna. But this is not the case. Consumed with thoughts of her, confused by his feelings, and suspecting love, he travels to Anna's house and seeks her out one night at an opera while her husband is outside smoking. Anna is horrified by his arrival and terrified that someone will see, but she admits that she hasn't been able to stop thinking about him since she left Yalta.
Sara found out that Hitch was a “date doctor” Sara then blame Hitch for being the reason her friend is dumped. When Sara finds out what Hitch does for a living they go out on a date and Sara explains that she knows what he does for a living now. At this point she does not give Hitch the time to explain himself. When Hitch shows up at a speed dating event they briefly exchange words but again they don’t really communicate and work things out. Later Sara goes to Hitch’s house to say she is sorry but he just blows her off.
Once the introduction was over with, Basil starts to draw a portrait of Dorian. During the session, Lord Henry makes bad remarks between Dorian and the portrait, which angers Dorian to curse at the portrait and forces him to wish that the portrait would age and suffer instead of him. After a few weeks, Dorian falls in love with a young actress name Sibyl Vane for her amazing acting. They decided to get engaged because they loved each other with a passion, but that did not last long. Once Sibyl was deeply in love with Dorian, she loses her acting talent which makes Dorian falls out of love with her and ends their engagement.
In the article, “Controlling your reality” Paige Pfleger states “Reality television can also preserve old fashioned notions about sexual stereotyping. Women are encouraged to fulfill roles as “the slut” and are simultaneously devalued by doing so” sadly these are the types of stereotypes young girls and women grow up with (3). Little girls are told to act a certain way only for society to reject and humiliate them for it. In The Hunger Games Collins makes a point by sexually objectifying Glimmer, a career tribute, because she looks like the stereotype of sexy. In the novel Collins writes, “The girl tribute from District 1, looking provocative in a see-through gold gown…With that flowing blonde hair, emerald green eyes, her body tall and lush… she’s sexy all the way”(125).Collins makes it clear that society has a very specific image of what sexy should look like.
The audience first encounters the normative gaze when Ellen is talking to Susan, a self-proclaimed lesbian, about her earlier encounter with Richard, Ellen’s college friend who is visiting the city for a few days. Ellen recounts that Richard tried to “make a move on her” but instead she left his room in a quick panic. When talking to Susan, Ellen asks herself what is wrong with herself for not wanting to be with Richard who is handsome,
Brains Only Get You So Far and Luck Always Runs Out Thelma and Louise is a 1991 film about two good friends who set out on a road trip to relax from their hectic lives, but find themselves anything than relaxed. They are tired of their boring, routine lives, and find excitement on the road, although not in the way they would have liked. Thelma is a push-over house wife with a controlling husband and Louise is a stressed waitress with a boyfriend who is unwilling to commit. In an attempt to rescue Thelma from a potential rape, Louise shoots and kills a man named Harlen. They then set out in Louise’s ’66 Thunderbird for the adventure of their lives.
Along with the use of comedy as a means of critique, Fey also incorporates humor as a tool to downplay the serious aspect of her topic and as a way of keeping the attention of her audience. Fey incorporates humor throughout her entire narrative in order to critique the patriarchal society that she finds herself surrounded by. Fey’s use of humor is made up of sarcasm and does a good job at making her harder to refute. “The only person I can think of who has escaped the ‘crazy’ moniker is Betty White, which, obviously, is because people still want to have sex with her” (Fey p.3). Fey makes choses to talk about the way women are treated in the entertainment industry with a joke on Betty White, which targets both sexism and ageism, which Fey repeatedly addresses, but with a softer approach through the use of humor.
The movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s is about a Broadway film that highlights a fictional love story in the time of war. A young, beautiful, and lost woman only searching for money in order to escape life with her brother meets a dashing man, who looks like her brother, and oddly enough has the same job. These two immediately become the best of friends and before one knows it they begin developing feelings for one another. Although it may have taken Holly Golightly some time to understand her life parallel to this new love, she finally learns that she fell in love and although scared, knows she will always be happy with Paul Varjak from then on out. Breakfast at Tiffany’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s is a romantic love story between a woman named Holly Golightly, played by Audrey Hepburn, and Paul Varjak, played by George Peppard.
While discussing Lenina admiringly, Henry tells the Assistant that he should “have her” some time. The conversation disgusts Bernard. Henry Foster first declares within the extract the name "Lenina Crowne", but poses the name as a question, suggesting that she is of little real importance or rather that she is merely one of many to him. His first actual description of Crowne follows this in the form of a simple sentence, also serving to reduce the woman to a mere two words: "wonderfully pneumatic". Here, one can question Huxley's word choice through the feminist lens; the adjective "pneumatic" immediately constructs for readers the violent sexual imagery of the so-named drill.
Hazel shares her favorite book, An Imperial Affliction, with Augustus, and together they obsess about the unsolved ending. Augustus manages to somehow get through to the author and when Hazel emails him, he invites her to come to Amsterdam to discuss the ending of the book. A fan’s dreams come true. In the meantime, Augustus and Hazel’s good friend Isaac is losing his eye, the only one he has left, so that he can be cancer free at long last. In the process though, he also loses his girlfriend Monica, who can’t “deal” with having a blind boyfriend.