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.
Also when Proctor talks to Abigal alone and tells her that they will no longer have an affair. “I still wait for you to come back John...(Abigal)…”those days are long over and will never happen again(Proctor)” (miller 192). In the first Act John Proctor has a very troubled past and is feels very guilty for it and these quotes show it. In Act Tree proctor starts to change into a more protective husband. Proctors wife has been convicted of being a witch by Abigal and the towns men are about to take her away and Proctor stands in front of them and says ,“Youl’ll leave her out of sight and out of mind mister!”(202) Also when he is in the court house trying to save his wife and admits to having an affair with Abigal ruining hiss own name to save his wife.
Reviving Ophelia Abusive relationships are not only reserved for married couples. There are plenty of teens caught up in these dangerous situations, and like older women, the teenage girls feel they are somehow responsible for the abuse they suffer at the hands of the men whom they love and who supposedly love them. This phenomenon is common among abused women. They make excuses for the beatings they take and their abusers insist it will never happen again. And yet it does the cycle of violence never end.
Ophelia was once flawless, but since her encounter with Hamlet she has fallen into the same madness and wants to kill herself. Ophelia opens up her feelings towards Hamlet, even though her father and brother both warn her not to. Hamlet’s madness causes him to push Ophelia to the point of a mental break down. He drags her into the same hell he is
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
The Bundrens have not form of civilized communication. They always end up disagreeing with each other. This has created intense barriers in their family life and has pushed away the possibility of being a normal family. In the novel, one realizes that Addie’s children resent each other and they are always competing for their mothers love. "If everybody wasn’t burning hell to get her there, with Cash all day long right under the window, hammering and sawing at that…" (6) Clearly from this statement, Jewel felt that his family was exaggerating the issue of Addie’s death.
Bundy’s first girlfriend and true love broke up with him because she didn’t think that his live was going anywhere and he became very depressed. Bundy accepted this expectation of himself which led him to stop going to classes, drop out, and begin a horrific murder spree to help gain back his confidence. This criminological theory also says that when social bonds or relationships start going down the drain then violent behavior or deviance can begin to take place. As mentioned earlier, Bundy had a very interesting family situation that contributed to his behaviors. He was told that his grandparents were his parents and that his actual mother was his sister.
69-70 ) This made Juliet miserable over Romeo's banishment, meanwhile her parents thought her unhappiness was over Tybalt's death. Then, Juliet's parents, trying to make her happy, moved up her wedding date, only to make her even more depressed due to the fact she was already married to Romeo. All of this led up to Juliet's fake death, which caused both of their deaths. Romeo and Juliet are at fault for their own deaths. Romeo and Juliet did not have to keep their love a secret.
... It’s a shame to say this very day … She’s like a child at play… It’s a shame how you’re lyin’ on her head… I thought sure you would kill her dead… Why don’t you be a nice boy, and take my advice… Keep off Katie’s head… I mean… Get out of Katie’s bed.” (pg,128) After Louis played this song he experienced a sense of euphoria. Although the song wasn’t accepted by a polite Society, but at Pete lala’s, Louis got to play his song and dance on a daily basis. At some point in Louis’s life he found a woman that he would come to marry, this woman’s name was Daisy Parker. Her “profession” was giving men pleasure. Eventually she came to make Louis a frequent customer.
To What Extent Does Tennessee Williams’ Symbolic Use of Light Play a Part in His Tragic Representation of Blanche DuBois in ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’? A Streetcar Named Desire centres on a desolated woman named Blanche DuBois; reared in Old South aristocratic traditions, she lived elegantly in her family homestead, married a man she adored, and pursued a career as an English teacher. Her life was tragically and dramatically ripped apart when she discovered that her husband, Allen Grey, was having a homosexual affair; disgraced, he killed himself and Blanche’s life crumbled down around her along with the walls of her beloved Belle Rive. Williams uses intricate, clever and powerful imagery and symbolism throughout the play in order to build up a sense of poignancy and tragic drama. These help to build up a very convoluted and elaborate character within Blanche with whom the audience can emphasise with and get a clearer understanding of.