Phil was asked nicely to find another hotel because the hotel is full and there is no space available for him. The hotel staff could not say that the hotel is off-limit because it would be too obvious. Even though it is not said out loud, this is clearly a form of discrimination because was a treated differently due to his origins. Discrimination can take different shapes and styles, but it is still ugly and should be stopped. I believe that discrimination by gentlemen agreement still occurs in today’s society.
Fowler and Phuong’s relationship is very sex orientated and very much a case of satisfying their individual interests rather than sharing a common bond or true love. They never enter into any deep conversation and in fact Phuong appears to understand very little of what is said or happening around her. Pyle’s concerns lie more in Phuong’s wellbeing more than anything else. It is evident that Pyle is young and naïve, and inexperienced with women. Fowler makes a point to Pyle about his attitude towards her interests and even tells Pyle he’d “rather ruin her and sleep with her, than… look after her damn interests.” Fowler is searching for someone simply to combat the loneliness he often describes to the reader.
Yet, it is very clear that the novel is greatly inferior. Harry Hook does not quite capture the character of Piggy, fails to include important symbols, and lacks the emphasis of order. First off, the movie portrays Piggy as a whiney and generally useless character. However, the book shows a very different depiction. Piggy is one of the first characters introduced in the novel, and he is described as "the fat boy", which encourages the reader to like him and sympathize towards him, even if nobody else does.
Because Wintour is the head leader of the magazine, Coddington has to endure a lot rejecting of her own ideas because Anna Wintour says so. In the movie, Coddington is also shown as the victim to Wintour’s aggressive personality. At the end of the movie, their relationship takes another turn. Even though they have a lot of differences and various opinions, they still respect each other. Wintour recognizes Coddington’s expertise and eye for design, and also approves most of her ideas as they appear in the final version of the September
Treatment of Willy Loman as a Tragic Hero: Death of a Salesman, Miller’s most famous work, while addressing the painful conflicts within one family, tackles larger issues regarding American national values. The play examines the cost of blind faith in the American Dream. In this respect, it offers a postwar American reading of personal tragedy in the tradition of Sophocles’ Oedipus Cycle. Miller charges America with selling a false myth constructed around a capitalist materialism nurtured by the postwar economy, a materialism that obscured the personal truth and moral vision of the original American Dream described by the country’s founders. The tone of Miller’s stage directions and dialogue ranges from sincere to parodying, but, in general, the treatment is tender, though at times brutally honest, towards the protagonist’s plight.
Estella did not show much support at all for Pip. Estella did make Pip want to change though, and he surely tried to do just that. Because of her beauty and attitude he was embarrassed by the people who raised him. Pip learns that true friends are far more important than any social class when he becomes very close with a lower-class convict named Magwitch near the end of the story. Pip found that it was better to be wealthy inside and have a good heart, than to have money and be in a higher social class.
Only she doesn’t care about it”. Alan knows she is not in love with him and doesn’t care about him; he is ready to give her the love potion and deny the fact that beneath the love potion Diana doesn’t care. The old man in this section has seen many young men like Austen that were chasing their romantic desire before. The old man doesn't agree with Alan's romantic thoughts and shows differences between youthful thoughts and adults ideas of love. Last but not least Alan's depression gets to him therefore he is ready to do whatever it takes to make Diana loves him
He does not act, think, or speak like the other boys. In the book, talking about how Piggy is no chief, Golding says, “But Piggy, for all his ludicrous body, had brains”(Golding 78). Piggy characterizes an outcast because of his physical features. He defines as overweight, pale, and asthmatic. Forster says, “He is the brains of the party”(Forster 98).
In the world today, we, the public, spend so much time admiring stars from Hollywood and many of us want to be like them. Yet, there is so much pressure placed on them and sometimes this becomes all too much for them to cope with and they end up taking away their own life. This is the unpleasant and tragic side of being famous as we are all made to believe that fame will make you happy. Marilyn Monroe a talented and beautiful iconic star but, her fame was the death of her. Before Marilyn’s death, she had accomplished a lot for women in the U.S.’s society.
The newly rich lived in the West Egg. They were vulgar, gaudy and lacking in social graces and taste. Gatsby lives in west egg. He wore a pink suit, drove a yellow Rolls-Royce and doesn't pick up on subtle social signals such as the insincerity of the Sloanes’ invitation to lunch. Although the East Eggers had social values, they had no heart.