What will your response be? Lady Capulet: I will say, ‘Do as thou wilt, for I have done with thee.’ Mentor: Good. Now Juliet your role is to be the dutiful daughter and to resort to begging if you have to and implore your mother from abandoning you. What will you say? Juliet: (stands in front of her mother) O sweet my mother, cast me not away!
Also that she needs to stop trying to be who she is not. Her mother chose this advice because Birdy is always saying that she wants to be something that she's not. For example, What page is when she says the hobbies she wants to do? What page did she say the she wants to be lower class? Her mother also told her this advice because she has to get married but she is rejecting every guy and is always complaining about it.
As she refuses to talk to anybody, the child created her own imaginary world being unwilling to look at the reality: “Why couldn't he understand that if he kept quiet, if all of them kept quiet, her parents would hear her and come to take her home?” (47). Through the story, her illusion state changes and tend to become a realistic one. Step by step she has no choice but to find in herself enough courage to accept and to surpass the situation. Nandana can be considered a hero because, as it painful, she finally accepts and begins to talk. Secondly, there's Nirmala, Nandana's grandmother, who was binged back to reality.
The relationship between Juliet and her mother is portrayed as strained; her mother loves her, but is distant from her. This is highlighted when Lady Capulet does not take Juliet’s side in the feud between Juliet and Lord Capulet; when Juliet pleads to her mother Lady Capulet replies ‘Talk not to me…I have done with thee’. To a modern reader of the play this would come as a great shock as in the majority of modern families the mother figure is that of warmth and comfort. However the relationship between Juliet and her mother is not unusual for the wealth of their family and the time period. However Lady Capulet does Juliet to be happy when she says that marrying Paris ‘Shall happily make thee there a joyful bride’.
Obedience: To be or not to be, is Death the Question? In life, every person is required in some way to obey or comply within in the jurisdiction of their reality. Whether that means to be obedient to your parents, the law of the land, or to conform to the norms of society, obedience on its grandest scale is tied in directly with life or death. Choosing when and when not to be obedient can have various results and is often not so cut dry as to say that being obedient will always reap the best results. In regards to Shakespeare’s plays Hamlet and Romeo & Juliet, the major female characters, Juliet and Ophelia are tasked with instructions from their fathers.
Kramer vs. Kramer vs. A Doll’s House Characters Nora, in A Doll’s House, and Joanna, in Kramer Vs. Kramer, both reveal that they do love their children and truly want what is best for them. In both of these stories, the wife leaves their husband and children to find themselves and figure out who they really are. Also, both of the husbands didn’t understand their wives enough so Nora and Joanna felt they had to leave. Both husbands were left to raise children on their own, yet the mothers only did it for the best of the children since they were unfit. Joanna reveals she wants what is best for her son Billy.
“My boyfriend and all my relatives do not want me to become a stewardess,” repeats the girl and she does not even try to make her dream come true. Culture’s gender stereotypes imposed by the society girls live in, have an enormous influence on their lives. The conception of the Good Girl presented by Lucy Gilbert and Paula Webster in their essay “The Dangers of Femininity” clearly describes the proposed model of girls’ behavior. Good Girl should dedicate her life to other people, in particular to her husband. Being always ready to help she is obliged to forget about her own wealth.
The main conflict in the story is Lin trying to fit in, a young teenage high school girl who is just trying to be accepted but her mother is making it very difficult. Her mother is very proud of her culture and she will have no shame in it unlike Lin who likes to day that she’s from Philadelphia, but she only does this so everybody else can accept her. She is willing to go far to be accepted which is not a good thing, she meets this young boy named Matt he goes over her house for a study date and they almost end up having sex, she only went along with it because she felt like in a way she has to that in the end she would possibly be accepted. This story related to the theme of power struggle because it shows what people go through in everyday life that no matter what age or how big or small the problem is they are still dilemmas that they have to over pass. Although Lin being accepted isn’t the biggest problem in the world it is still something that she has to try to get through whether if its accepting who she is or just finally finding a way to fit
Romeo and Juliet Persuasive Essay I have an issue with about getting married. My issue is that I want to marry your daughter Juliet, but we can’t for the reason that our families are feuding. I know that you do not approve of what I have to say, but I am in love with your daughter and here is why I think we should get married. I should be allowed to marry Juliet because people should be able to marry anybody they want to be with. Juliet and I should get married because we love each other and that’s all that matters.
Explore the way Shakespeare presents Juliet’s changing relationship with her parents during the course of the play: Juliet’s relationship with her parents changes during the course of the play; she is shy, obedient and behaves in a way that is typical of a wealthy daughter of the time. By the end of the play she is disobedient and becomes very independent. Women of this time were a lower class to men and all men owned their wives and children and to see a women even speak without a males consent to do so was surprising. The first time Juliet introduced to the audience is when Paris asks lord Capulet for his daughters hand in marriage: An audience of Elizabethan time would see this as a great opportunity for Juliet and the Capulet family, but lord Capulet explains to Paris that Juliet is too young. ‘ we let two summers wither in her pride, then we may think of her ripe to be a wife’ these are lord Capulet’s words to Paris telling Paris to wait two years before marriage will even be considered.