This shows that although Daisy loved him she chose her family over him even though she wasn’t very happy with the decision. For many people money is an important aspect of life. Daisy found money and social status very important in order to keep her somewhat ‘happy’ by getting anything she wanted. Tom Buchanan gave Daisy lots of material things in order to do this. For example of page 74, it quotes that Daisy receives ‘a string on pearls’ the day before her wedding to Tom but also on the same say she also get a letter from her former lover Gatsby, gets drunk after reading it and has a moment where she hesitates about marrying Tom but after she sobers up she ‘squeezed it up in a wet ball……And walked out of the room, the pearls around her neck and the incident was over’ as it also quotes on pages 74 and 75.
Mathilde Loisel has found herself, “suffered from the poverty of her dwelling” for years. She leads an average life, and her and her husband work hard to make ends meet. At the beginning of the story, Mathilde Loisel is obsessed with the rich and famous and wants nothing more than to be thought of as high class. She is embarrassed of her social standings and is always looking to impress her friends. When one day her husband comes home with an invitation to a fancy dinner party, Mathilde Loisel is hard to convince to attend.
17 Scott Fitzgerald ;) Daisy was implying that the best way a female was to survive in this world was to be attractive and not do anything with her life, and sit back and let money buy her happiness. Some say that Daisy is this way because she had no true hope at finding someone whom she really loved, and someone who wouldn’t cheat on her and stay truly devoted to
Daisy had been raised to marry for money and keep her family’s name involved in old money and lavish events. Doing otherwise was socially unacceptable. When Daisy met Tom she may have once loved or still was in love with Gatsby, however Tom’s old money and social status was all that mattered to her. I don’t think social status and money are as important to Daisy as maintaining her reputation
Introduction Capulet is protective to his daughter because he wants the best for her; he respects her as long as she respects him. He cares for her, he shows discipline to her. This quote suggests “my child is yet a stranger in the world, she hath not seen change of fourteen years; Let two more summers wither in their pride, ere we may think her ripe to be bride.’’ This quote proves he cares for Juliet he doesn’t want Juliet to marry early because he thinks that she is still young to marry Paris and he thinks that she isn’t out of childhood yet to be a bride. He is also sometimes interfering, commanding, controlling, very violent person with a short temper. This quote conveys “Hang thee,
Although her Grandmother taught her that love is settling with a wealthy man, Janie does not give up on her vision of love. During her life, Janie learns to let go of others expectations as she comes to the realization that true love is not about wealth and comfort, but rather, it is an exhilarating journey that ultimately leaves her a more satisfied
She had a loving husband, youth, beauty, and a comfortable lifestyle. However, in her mind, she had suffered from the moment she had been born into..... False Pride in The Necklace In Mauassant's essay, The Necklace Matilda Loisel borrowed a necklace from a rich friend, Mrs Forestier, so that she would not present a "shabby air in the midst of rich women." She loses the necklace but refuses to
20-21). He is scared of her matrimony “bring her a house “(L. 73) he wants her to get married. He is not scared of her being healthy a “great gloom” is talking about her intellect and the choices she needs to make for her own good and future get married be beautiful but not to a certain extent to where that is all you have going for yourself have the surrounding people see you more then just a beautiful person (L. 8). He wants her to be smart and have a happy life. The health was the last thing for him to ask for he didn’t overlook it he just didn’t associate it with “great gloom” (L. 8).
Emilia is Desdemona’s maid and she has a mind of her own. Through discussions she has with Desdemona the reader can concur that she will do anything necessary to get to the top even if that is sleeping around. She also says in one of her and Desdemona’s conversations that women only cheat because men have taught them to do so by neglecting them and fraternizing with other women. Emilia is a woman who although different from Desdemona is not all bad. She is as duped by her husband, Iago, as much as the rest of the cast and she tries to amend her wrongdoings in the end by telling the truth to Othello although she is too late to save her mistress, Desdemona.