Billy’s social control agent starts out to be his mother. Billy dreads what his dominating mother thinks of him. Billy’s mother also broke off the engagement to Billy’s fiancée because she thought that the girl was beneath him. This returned the social control of Billy back to his mother. When Billy has sex with a girl, Candy, at the ward, Nurse Ratched confronts Billy.
Maxim de Winter hates his wife very much as she was a profligate woman. Rebecca had secret relationships with many other men including ger cousin. She threatened de Winter and forced him to accept the situation and promised to play as a perfect wife. When she was diagnosed as cancer, she cheated de Winter by saying that she had a child with her cousin and almost made de Winter kill her. She was finally died of an accident, but continued to bother him even after he had married the heroin.
Desperate to give his daughter away to the highest bidder at all cost, Geronte begins to employ the services of the best physicians in town. The condition of Sganarelle and Martine his wife is an appalling wife-husband situation. For one, Sganarelle is a drunk and panel beater. He is a tight fisted man who will not take care of family needs, so he always finds himself haggling with his wife. In Sganarelle’s often hysterical encounters with his wife, he resorts to punching her.
Different events throughout the play lead these relationships to change, and lead both Romeo and Juliet to distrust their parental figures. For example when the Nurse, whom Juliet trusts deeply, refers to Romeo as a “dishclout” despite knowing that he is Juliet’s husband, this then leads Juliet to distrust the Nurse. When Capulet’s “fingers itch” after Juliet has disobeyed him, this could also be seen as failure on Capulet’s part to be a good parent. Some may argue that these events are examples of how Romeo and Juliet are failed by their parents and parental figures. In Act 3 scene 5 it could be argued that Juliet is failed by both her parents.
What could I say? I’m crying because I don’t know any of the dances?” Isabel also ends up sleeping with one of her bestfriend’s husband. Since she hasn’t had sex for awhile it was easy for her to fall into seduction. “And then he was in me and I was crying out, in pleasure… It was over and wrong… what would Liz say to me?” Besides the wrong she had done, Isabel is a good person at heart and tries to redeem herself by helping out the woman she hates most, Margaret Casey. “I had to cut myself off from the danger… Margaret had no manners.But I would help Margaret
Dolly hates Oriel, because in her, Dolly sees herself as a failure. Oriels life has been torn apart by the drowning of the family favourite, Fish, and the failed miracle of Fishes partial recovery. She believes in work and family and the nation, and struggles to regain her belief in God through the entirety of the novel. Rose Pickles was forced into a role of responsibility at a very early age, she is pushed into a maternal role for her father and brothers because her ‘sex crazed’ mother Dolly, who spends most of her nights with strange men or in the bar ‘men are lovely’. Rose is ﬁrst introduced in the novel while she is collecting Dolly at a pub, at the age of 14 she refuses to do it anymore.
Her mother seems to be constantly taking up for her sister, Stella-Rondo. Stella –Rondo is always antagonizing Sister and lying on her to cause problems within the family. Also, Uncle Rondo seems to be the family drunk. Last but not least, Papa-Daddy seems to be an old and cranky gentleman. Her dealing with these individuals has caused her to become very resentful, bitter and jealous.
Towards the end of the novel, Lennie finds himself stuck in a room with Curley's wife, and gets into some trouble, and ends up killing her. George ends up having to put Lennie to rest, because if he doesn't, Lennie will just keep getting them in trouble. George deals with the emotional burden of killing Lennie, and you can tell that it totally destroys him. George was supposed to be the one to protect Lennie from suffering, but in the end he's the one whos left suffering, with shattered dreams and
Looking polished and proper in “a white suit with a fluffy bodice, necklace and earrings of pearl”, Blanche appears to be a striking contrast to the city that is noticeably decayed, rickety and grey (13). Blanche is tormented by her past, but rather than facing it, she chooses to live in a fantasy world of half-truths and delusions. Throughout the play we see two sides to Blanche: the person who she wants people to think she is, and the person who she really is. Her actions throughout the play portray a woman franticly chasing her youth and attempting to regain the power she has lost in her life. The theme of loss is important in understanding the motivations of Blanche in A Streetcar Named Desire.
She sleeps with Albert and even has the audacity to ask Celie if it’s okay. Even though Celie doesn’t like her husband even hates it is not okay to do so. These are all examples of Shug’s harlot like sex escapades. In the middle of the story Shug begins to be a better person by being a friend for Celie. Shug helps Celie with her abusive husband.