Thereafter she was dismissed and to add salt upon injury she was jilted on the same day by her lover John Kinwama, a young university student, instead of fortifying her he rather pour insults on her accusing her of harlotry. As if that not enough, Consequent to her being out of job, she was ejected by her landlord after having increased the rent and this compounded her woe. She then resort to put an end to her melancholic life by ceding to commit suicide as way out of her miseries, but was stopped by an unknown Samaritan. On
This description is simplistic, it only allows us to see that he too has expensive tastes that do not match the income he is providing. The true character of Paul’s father is shown through the eyes of Paul’s mother and the blame she places on him for their “unlucky” situation. While having a conversation with Paul, his mother shows her distain for his father by blaming their troubles on him saying bitterly “it’s because your father has no luck” (151). Her direct blame on his father initiates Paul’s obsession achieving luck and later to his death. As the story unfolds, it is evident the Paul is seeking love from his mother, but Hester is incapable of that love only showing him the need for more
It is only after the loss of their first child and the multiple miscarriages that follow does Rasheed start to lash out at her. * What the reader won’t know right away is that when the man came to Rasheed’s house to tell Laila about Tariq’s death, is that Rasheed had actually paid that man off to tell a lie so that Laila could sort of push Tariq out of her mind so that she would marry Rasheed. * Ex. At one point Rasheed will go outside, pick up rocks, tell Mariam to put them in her mouth then strikes her. He does this because apparently the rice that she had cooked was too hard, and thought that she should know what it was like to eat it.
Even the demure and forgotten Electra wants revenge and prays that the gods will approve the act of vengeance she hope will come. She prays to her father's grave, "Mother has pawned us for a husband, Aegisthus" (Aeschylus, 139) so even this powerless daughter is pushed aside. Each man's mother has sold her son out, whether intentionally or not, for their new husbands. The young men are thrown aside, forgotten. It is their destiny that they come back fighting to reclaim their patrimony.
Once Sibyl was deeply in love with Dorian, she loses her acting talent which makes Dorian falls out of love with her and ends their engagement. The next morning Dorian feels very guilty because of his actions from last night, and wanted to continue with the engagement, but Lord Henry tells Dorian that Sibyl committed suicide. As events continue on with Dorian’s life, the picture Basil drew of him was changing slowly over time due to his actions. Dorian was afraid of what he had witness of the portrait, he then puts the picture in a remote location in his house so no one can see the transformation but him. As years pass, Dorian’s reputation in London suffers because of his scandalous exploits.
She is faced with a huge dilemma, not being allowed to talk to her beloved Hamlet who apparently does not even want to be with her any longer. To make things worse, Hamlet of course accidentally murders her father. The first act of insanity by Claudius spreads this infectious behavior into other characters. After all, Claudius must have been very unstable to think that murdering his brother and marrying his sister-in law would be a good idea. In addition, Gertrude is not as innocent as she would like to think either, she remarried in a matter of months and seems more worried about keeping her high social status instead of grieving the loss of her husband.
The knife was destined to be how she killed herself. In the final act of the play, Romeo had been banished to Mantua from killing Tybalt. He runs into his old servant Balthasar, who told him that Juliet was dead. Romeo, not knowing that she had actually taken a sleeping potion, can’t believe she died, and states “Is it e’en so?-then I defy you, stars!” (V. i. 24).
Jean Valjean is released after 19 years as he was convicted for stealing bread. He is very cynical till he met a Bishop to stay for a night. Valjean decided to move on and became the mayor after 9 years. Inspector Javert recognises him and tries to reveal who he is. Fantine a factory worker is fired because she has a bastard child due to her now being jobless a prostitute and became sick.
To begin with, is the targeting diction the author implies towards his mother in the speech. The situation creates frustration with his mother, his father’s wife, who was quick to betray Hamlet Senior by marrying Hamlet’s uncle in such a short time. For example, Hamlet expresses his frustration “she married. O most wicked speed to post” (line 155) toward the queen because she proceeds with her usual activities as if the death of her husband, the king, never happened. The significance in this is the careless attitude his mother has and the selfless mage she creates upon herself.
Eventually Sebastian finds out about Charles’ infatuation with Julia, he is outraged and turned in to a full-blown alcoholic. He finds greater comfort in alcohol than his religion; he begins to drift away from the family over a two year period. Sebastian eventually flees to Morocco where his alcoholism ruins his health and life. Years go by and Julia eventually marries a very wealthy Catholic man named Rex just as her mother insisted. Julia never disobeyed her mother’s strict orders about Catholicism.