Despite being written during patriarchal Jacobean society, the protagonist is a female, which is was highly unusual in those days. Of course this protagonist is Lady Macbeth. Throughout the play, through Lady Macbeth's actions we are forced to believe that she is evil. In contrast, the novel John Steinbeck tells a story of dreams, hopes and loneliness. We are introduced to a majorly significant and complex character, named Curley’s wife.
Mackenzie Kahl DRAM 105 March 2013 Play Critique #2 On Saturday March 8, 2013 I attended the Young Theatre of CSU Fullerton’s production of “Blithe Spirit,” originally written by Noel Coward. The intended audience could be any adult but probably relates more to middle aged adults and married couples. It was an unexpected amusing comedy with a little bit of darkness intertwined. The audience collectively seemed intrigued in the story line and entertained by the actors. The main action of “Blithe Spirit” revolves around a man who is being haunted by his first wife’s ghost that is extremely bothersome to his current wife who ends up joining the first wife as a ghost and together they taunt and torment the man.
Catherine Howard Catherine was Henry’s 5th wife. She was crowned Queen in 1540. Henry fell in love with her straight away. She was a beautiful woman from court and she was very young women, who liked to have fun. Although just like Anne Boleyn she was killed, because she loved someone else instead of Henry.
The Lord forced Juliet to marry paris, he then proceeded to threaten to disown her if she did not give her consent to marry him. “I tell thee what get thee to church o’ Thursday/ or never look me in the face” On top of the fact that Capulet forced his daughter he also moved up the wedding, stressing poor juliet out even more. The ongoing feud between contributed heavily to the deaths of the two teens, an aspect Capulet had total control over. Had he ended the feud years prior when he had the chance, Romeo and Juliet would not have had to sneak
The actions of the nurse and the Friar are responsible for Romeo and Juliet’s deaths. From the very begging of Romeo and Juliet’s newfound love, the nurse is supportive and helpful with Juliet. The nurse was an influential adult to Juliet and knew that the Capulets planned for Paris and Juliet to be married. She should have known better and discouraged Juliet from seeing Romeo. Instead, the nurse acted as a messenger between Romeo and Juliet for information about the wedding (Act II, scene iv).
The Sexual Incest Of Hamlet The Worlds greatest English playwright is William Shakespeare. One of his most famous teadijies is the play Hamlet. Throughout Hamlet there is a great amount of sexual Imagery being displayed by the characters in the play. These characters include but are not limited to; Hamlet, Ophelia, Laertes, Gertrude, Claudius. A great amount of this sexual imagery comes as a result of Claudius’s and Gertrude’s union.
Charleena Hendly is an actress who performed in many hit movies until she decides to move back to Culpepper her hometown for a little break. She was very tired of making movies and also recovering from her heartbreak of her husband cheated on her for a model and left her. After all that she has her little helper Macon who cleans the house and does many of her errands around the town, So Macon friend of Foster introduces her to Miss. Charleena and one day Macon is so sick with a fever he cannot go at her house so he sends foster to substitute for him while he is sick. That’s when Foster gets a paper with many chores for her to do around the house given by Miss.
In the stories, A Rose for Emily by William Faulkner and The Jilting of Granny Weatherall by Katherine Anne Porter both women had different reactions to the similar situations of being rejected by their lover and losing a loved one. In Faulkner’s story, A Rose for Emily, the main character, Miss Emily, acted out irrationally when her lover, Homer, rejected her. All her life Emily was not able to have a chance with any suitors because her father always pushed them away. When she got older she began to loose her beauty and she felt she would never get married
It was said that she was married to a man named Lewis Fell, but she later started dating a woman named Tyria Moore. The couple had a tumultuous but long term relationship that lasted a little over four years. Aileen and Tyria was had to go without a lot of times because they could not survive on Aileen's salary as a prostitute. Some people believed that she turned to murdering her clients and taking all the money they had in their wallets to supplement her income to take care of her and her girlfriend. Aileen was born into a life that some would say she didn’t have a fighting chance at having a great life from the beginning.
Married to John, and has 3 sons. Conflicts she encountered: * Elizabeth and John Proctor are in conflict with one another because John has had an affair with Abigail Williams, a young woman who used to work for them and whom Elizabeth fired due to her involvement with John. * Abigail hates Elizabeth for firing her and taking her away from close proximity to John, which causes her to be one of the wrongly accused people of witchcraft. How did she deal with the conflict? * Elizabeth dealt with her husband’s affair by coming to realize that she may have been partly at fault for her husband's unfaithfulness, because she was not always as warm and loving as she could have been.