His perception and views on things around him will be altered as he is unable to think straight. In terms of language, he will be talking using slurred words and will be talking using an inappropriate language whereby he will say what he really thinks. Johns emotions may vary as there may be times where he will be angry and feel trapped and useless as he has lost his job and is unable to help and provide for his family thus knocking down his confidence and self-esteem; there will also be times where John wont know what his feeling as the intoxication will take over so he’ll be feeling emotionless. Socially John may not want to socialise with his family as he will be scared to talk to them. He may result in criminal activity, due to the
Furthermore, this would lead to a lot of people expecting more from relationships after getting divorced, as they wouldn't want to fall victim to what cause their last marriage to end again. This is part of the high expectations people now expect from relationships. Young people may have experienced divorce or bad relationships in their life, so they do not want to fall into it themselves, making them wary of marriage. Sue Sharpe's study in the early 1970s showed that young girl's main concerns were 'love, marriage, husbands, children, jobs' in that order. When she then returned in the 90s she found that the list had flipped, with jobs and careers being in first place.
As Eunice is used to present a wider background for the play, she also presents the society at the time, and sometimes voices the audience’s opinions, for example, after Stanley beats Stella, Eunice’s speech is punctuated with many ‘!’, showing hers and, furthermore the audiences, shock at the violence. Compared to the violence between Stanley and Stella in Scene 3, Williams portrays Eunice’s ordeal to be less dramatic and more normal, showing that as the play has progressed that domestic violence was a regular occurrence in the 1940’s. Furthermore, Williams has used Eunice to also enforce the submission of women during the set time period, using the alcohol Eunice drinks after the beating by Steve to portray this; alcohol in A Streetcar symbolises a means of escape from reality, mainly used by the protagonist, Blanche DuBois. By presenting Eunice to be drinking alcohol conveys the idea that she can’t cope with her relationship with Steve, and uses alcohol to escape it, much like
The idea of going "unescorted" was a negative idea or a assumption that that lady was a prostitute. It is like anything new, only the few brave ones start to try new things, and then others join in and so on. This is the same as today with new cloths or the new version of popular. The working class looked for new ways to get away from dependence on men and to find their own leisure time as the men had there's. The dance halls were perhaps the turning point in heterosexual relations since it brought the men and women together for a shared leisure experience.
All the houses in the neighborhood look alike; they are of the same type. It seems like they represent the people that live inside them. People that live under the same strict rules. Even the pale color of the houses is carefully chosen since it gives the impression that their inhabitants are low-profile, conventional people. In this first scene, we can also see Cary, the main protagonist of the film.
Holden once again notices Sunny’s humane nature when she says, “ like fun you are”, instead of saying a more bitter response (Salinger pg.94). Holden repeatedly said he felt “sad”, thinking of Sunny “going in a sore and buying” the green dress, who would unexpectedly and sadly be used for prostitution (Salinger pg. 95) As Holden got more personal with Sunny, she revealed her actions before “going to work”. Holden begins to imagine Sunny in her day hours, thinking of her as a person instead of a whore. As Holden got closer to sex he tried to be more societal with her, to forbear sexual relations , and to talk to her instead: “I said I’d pay you for coming and all” (Salinger pg.
Television Sidebars: DREAM SEEKERS Five decades after the widespread distribution of television, the relationship between television and African Americans can best be described as ambivalent. On the one hand, the industry has made a genuine effort to treat blacks as artists on an equal basis with whites, to end discrimination against them, and to depict them realistically. On the other hand, the industry continues to portray blacks in stereotypical ways and is reluctant to hire them or to develop their talents. Blacks remain underrepresented in the production and management sides of the business. EARLY “BLACK” TV SHOWS The African American presence in the television industry followed the pattern set by radio in the 1920s through
After bringing Ben back to the house the children started to stay away from the house. Jane was quiet and to herself but went to her friends house after school. Paul did come home but he was often in tears, whined alot and stared for long hours at nothing. He was too thin because of his malnutritioned appatite. He didnt concentrate on important things, he daydreemed and mooned restlesly.The problem with Paul was that he didn’t have a mother at the time when he was growing, which is why he turned out this way.
Like, complaining about his meals not the way he wants them to be, clothes not clean or ironed the way he feels they should be, and the house not maintained the way he feels it should be. Since the man is usually the bread winner, the females in the household have no voice. The male gender do not support the women gender to get educated and eventually join the work force because if the woman grows to be independent they feel they will lose control and will not always get there way. It seems like men are afraid of women becoming more successful than them. Throughout the year’s woman have gained the courage to take a stand and voice their opinion.
Started having bad luck and in order to dare with his failures in life, he started thinking about his past and it seem that he doesn't know what's real or fake in life. He try to relive the good old days he had in the past but the thing is that all wrong choices he made also started coming up in his mind as well. When his family notice what was going with his they try to help him by not telling him what was going on with their life and all the money problems they have. In addition, Wily lost his job after many years with same company. Gregor was a man who works hard to help his family for they can live well.