He cheats on her, and when she finds out, it seems he could not care less. But Daisy cannot even leave him because she is too scared, and has no one to run to. Through Daisy’s situation, Fitzgerald is expressing that even when people are treated horribly, they still rely on wealth and high status. Even in society today, we see people deteriorating because of their goals to meet society’s standards. The neglect from her husband causes Daisy to wilt, much like the flower if it were treated harshly.
“Deep-hearted, pure, with scented dew still wet- One Perfect Rose”. The reader can now conclude that her lover was not there when she first received the rose, for he had “tenderly chose his messenger”. The flower received was in fact a rose that could only be summed up as freshly grown, bought, or picked. Deep hearted could refer to the rose being a dark red with a strong scent while still having the dew that falls from it during the night. In the beginning of the second stanza she says “I knew the language of the floweret;” telling the reader there is an underline symbolism in the flower to be known.
These three charters have love as a symbolic meaning which influences the story of the great Gatsby. As the book continues, these three charters go beyond where death would take one’s life or give a chance of happiness. Gatsby is one of example who symbolizes love for Daisy. But somehow life play with you and twist as Gatsby was shot by Wilson because of the lies he heard by Tom. Next, daisy whose love for wealth of Gatsby creates a dramatic scene when Gatsby dies, it left nothing but her own love Tom and his wealth.
Tennyson depicts the Lady of Shalott to be a beautiful, having a “lovely face”, and yet mysterious person, when defining to be like a “fairy”. The poem tells the story of her secluded lifestyle and shows how her beauty is vastly juxtaposed by the dull, repetitive life she lives. She lives a life in fear of death, an image which Tennyson uses over and over, such as the area around the Island, “where the lilies blow”. The lily is a flower that is linked with death, so therefore Tennyson is showing how the Lady of Shalott is surrounded by the thought of death and the Island and towers are there to imprison her, but also to protect her from the harsh realities of life and death. Tennyson also uses words such as, “Gazing” and “Overlook”, to portray a sense of longing.
The name of the short story is important as flowers symbolise innocence due to their beauty and delicacy but it can also symbolize death as they are associated with funerals and graves. It is about a young girl named Rosaura who is the daughter of a maid. When her mother’s employer invites Rosaura to her daughter’s birthday party, Rosaura’s mother becomes alarmed. She tries to warn Rosaura of the differences between the rich and the poor but Rosaura brushes it off and replies ‘Rich people go to heaven too.’ We realise that at this point in her life Rosaura has seen no differences between the rich and the poor but her mother has and that is why she is disapproving.’ The word ‘Stolen’ in the title of the poem gives us insight that something will be taken away during the party and we later learn that it is Rosaura’s innocence. The name ‘Rosaura’ is a variant of rose.
Proserpina doesn’t trust King Pluto, it came to his mind that he needed to comfort her. He saw that she has been picking flowers for her mother, Ceres. “You have been gathering flowers? Wait till we come to my palace, and I will give you a garden full of prettier flowers than those, all made of pearls, and diamonds, and rubies,” King Pluto enlighten Proserpina by showing off is wealthiest. “Even with gorgeous diamonds, nothing you do will ever catch my eyes,” Proserpina said.
In The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, jay Gatsby has come to the conclusion that money can get him anything he wants. To Gatsby, when it comes down to his love for Daisy Buchanan he does anything to gain riches so she will love him. Gatsby’s main goal in life is to have Daisy, but he doesn’t realize that she doesn’t feel the same way, and that he can’t just “buy” her. Gatsby’s attitude changes throughout the book, at first he acts like a rich man with nothing to spend his money on, but when there is a chance he could get Daisy back he changes drastically. Overall Daisy Buchanan is what motivates Jay Gatsby’s actions and causes mayhem in his life.
Elisa's pride in her ability to grow such beautiful flowers reinforces the fact that the flowers are a replacement for her children. In the second part of the story, the chrysanthemums come to symbolize Elisa's femininity and sexuality. The portrait of Elisa caring for the flowers as though they are her children is clearly a feminine image, but her masculine image is also observed in her "hard-swept and hard-polished" home (240). This image is carried over into her relationship with her husband. Elisa feels that Henry doesn't recognize or appreciate her femininity, and this feeling causes her to be antagonistic towards him.
There are various symbols in the play which represents the feelings and moods through out the play. One main symbol which re occurs through out the play is the rose. The rose appears in different scenes giving a meaning which is the ability to survive and grow, giving us beauty. As I read the play and observed the use of the symbol, I found the use of the rose was a beautiful symbol as it represented hope of beauty in the future. An example of the rose appearing is when Hamid returns home and begins to pull the roses out from the garden, but then is stopped by Amir.
Edward finds an unexpected problem, yet perseveres to marry his love. His life is all about making people happy especially those he loves. Those reasons obviously state that Edward is full of love to give, but first he has to find his wife. Edward dedicates years of his life to find and marry his one and only love. He leaves his hometown and comes across the girl he falls in love with and the only way to find out who she is, is to work for the ring master.