Sister sees right through her sister’s façade considering the timing of everything. Her simple comment on the matter sparks Stella-Rondo to attack by turning Papa-Daddy against her saying that she wonders why he doesn’t cut his beard (Welty). Sister makes Stella-Rondo seem powerful so she can seem like the
Daisy shows her materialism by getting overwhelmed over Gatsby’s personal belongings, “[Gatsby] he took out a pile of shirts and began throwing them… [Daisy] she sobbed… ‘it makes me sad because I’ve never seen such-such beautiful shirts before’”(92). To Daisy, objects are more valuable than her own happiness; therefore, Gatsby uses his wealth to get close to her. Also, Daisy does not spend time with her daughter and she teachers her the wrong things, “‘I’m glad it’s a girl. And I hope she’ll be a fool--that’s the best thing a girl can be in this world, beautiful little fool’” (17). Daisy has the wrong ideas because she has already been corrupted by the power of materialism.
Because your partner is the person you have power over and by using deception they can’t truly see what you are doing, so they go on not doing anything bad because they don’t know if they can see you but they might be watched. Especially if you are a couple who always has to know where each other is. A synonym for deception is bad faith which is really spot on for what she is talking about in her essay because that’s what adultery is just plain old bad faith. And if you have this power of deception you are also somewhat harnessing the power of the panopticon. Deception is just another agency where you can lose power without even knowing it because of your ability to not see what is going
Curley’s wife’s obsession with herself ultimately leads to her death. She knows Lennie is supposed to stay away from her, but thrives on his attention and wants his praise for her soft hair. It is not coincidental that she ends up losing her life because she didn’t want Lennie to mess up her hair. This final event sums up Curley’s wife’s role fairly neatly. Steinbeck presents Curley as a woman with huge dreams and hopes who aspires to be famous in Hollywood and life a king size life.
When couples are faced with life changing events or illnesses the balance changes quickly and they will find themselves in the difficult position of facing their own feelings and fears while trying to support each other. People are happiest in relationships where the give and take is about equal. If one person is getting too little from the relationship, then not only are they going to be unhappy with this, the person getting the lion’s share will also be feeling rather guilty about this imbalance. This is reinforced by strong social norms about fairness. In short-term relationships we tend to trade in things, such as swapping or borrowing items or buying drinks, in long term relationships the trade is more emotional.
d. Daisy is a wife and mother. She is a woman who is so highly set on the goals of having the best of everything, and being above everyone else. She is the love of Gatsby’s life whom he wishes she would drop it all and come back to him, but this is not the case. Daisy is to be a heart breaker to many. Daisy is swept up in her own little fantasy world in some situations.
Stella is willing to look past everything Stanley does because she loves him and that makes her the fool of the play. After finding out Stanley raped her sister she still chooses Stanley though she asks herself “what have I done to my sister?” Stella is so stuck on her life as it is that she’s not willing to accept that Stanley is not the man she once deceived herself he was and that internal conflict is what makes her a huge
Feathers From A Thousand Li Away is about a woman who goes to America for a better life for her daughter. Her daughter becomes very Americanized and gains respect but can only speak english and her mother cannot. The Joy Luck Club is about a girl taking over her mothers position in a club that she had started. Her mother started the club back in China to get away from the outside world and have fun and relax. However, her mother thought of her daughter as a failure and they did not get along very well.
Mama notes how nice and wavy the ground looks, intentionally to impress Dee. Reflecting her own thoughts as Maggie’s, she tells how Maggie will be nervous until her sister leaves. Mama says, “she will stand hopelessly in the corners and shamed…She thinks her sister has always held life in the palm of one hand, that no is a word the world would never say to her.” (Walker). Leaving the reader to not know how Maggie really feels about Dee at all. Mama daydreams of meeting on a T.V.
It does explain the great difficulties people can encounter with morning despite they had a secure attachment with the person they lost. This does make sense when we understand the meaning of a secure base, even though people with secure attachments can naturally take for granted the secure base provided by their parents when it is available, however when they lose it they would experience a difficult period of adjustment to deal with the vacuum created and then moving on. This process can be more fraught for people with insecure attachments and they might not reach the last stage of reorganisation if they are not understood and aided by people around