Throughout the story, Paul’s mother continuously pushes her idea that luck equals being rich and that money is the most important in her life. Hester has so much of a fixation towards material things, which it created for Paul to have a way of getting love from his mother. The only way he saw that he can get love from his mother, was through winning money, which would to make her feel better, so he started to inherit her obsession of always wanting to have money until the point where his reaction of seeing his mother getting her birthday gift of money and
Curley’s Wife has no name and is initially seen as the possession of her husband. She is also a good-looking lady who wears quite a bit of makeup, form-fitting dresses, and ostrich feathered-high heels. As the only woman on the ranch, Curley’s wife is lonely and sad – something her marriage to Curley only makes worse. She reveals throughout the course of the story that she is unhappy in her marriage because her husband seems to care little for her, and is really more interested in talking about himself than anything else. She’s just self-obsessed, and unable to judge herself and her position honestly.
“O she is rich in beauty, only poor that when she dies, with beauty dies her store.” – Romeo is saying that she is beautiful, but it is a shame that she will not pass her beauty down to anyone because she does not want to have children. 3) Describe the Nurse. Describe her relationship with Juliet. Nurse is a comic relief character in this tragic play. She is a trusted confidant in the Capulet family.
Her focus in life was all about money. She remained focused on money even up to the end when her son Paul died to show her he was lucky and give her the money she desperately wanted. “The Lottery” shows how cruel people can be when it comes to traditions and bad luck. The conflict is substantial
Beauty is a gender role pushed extremely hard toward women. To be the right size, and shape and have the “perfect hair” is a pressure most men don’t feel. I blame this completely on gender roles. Most men don’t care about the shade of red lipstick a women is wearing, or notice when she flips her hair a different way, yet it’s what makes a women feel beautiful? In the story a gift of the magi, one whole paragraph is dedicated to the main character- Della’s- worry about if her husband will still find her attractive, even though she cut off and sold her hair to buy him a Christmas gift.
We also find out in chapter one that she wants her daughter to be a “beautiful little fool” cause according to her that’s the only thing a female can actually be, just look beautiful and be a ‘little fool’ not be smart on an intellectual level. Her face was described as sad yet “full of bright little things” which leads me to my next point which is her relationship with her husband, the only reason why she married Tom was because he’s a bourgeoisie and he is well known and as she said “rich girls can’t marry poor boys” this quote emphasises her materialistic
Paul’s mother a stunning woman blessed with advantages marries an attractive man for love, but the love eventually runs dry. The parents try various arrangements to upsurge their income, but financial success evades them. This family is not only deprived in money but also love. The mother in the story has many errors, she puts her social status beyond her love
(www.Cliffnotes.com) Although Fitzgerald makes her despite being beautiful and charming, Daisy’s very selfish, shallow and a mean person. Moreover, Daisy truthfully married tom for his money and didn’t care what he did, unless and so long as he could continue to buy her anything she wanted. Daisy also would hope that her child was a girl, so that she’d be like her and survived the way she did “And I hope she’ll be a fool-that’s the best thing a girl can be in this world, a beautiful little fool.”. (Pg. 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.
* Janie has love for Joe but not so much after the year’s progress because of domestic abuse Joe does toward Janie to better himself and his status/reputation. Tea Cake * Tea Cake loves Janie for who she is and not her money. * Tea Cake protects Janie from everything and wants her to be happy with him. * “ She wished she had slipped off that cow-tail and drowned then and there and been done. But to kill her Tea Cake was too much to bear… Tea Cake… had to die for loving her.”(Hurston
“Laugh as much as you choose, but you will not laugh me out of my opinion.” Jane ch 17 -Charles Bingley- Easily influenced and a nice man. Darcy’s friend who move to Netherfield, and left Netherfield. “If a women is partial to a man, and does not endevour to conceal it, he must find it out.” Elizabeth ch 6 - Mrs. Bennet- obstructive and foolish. Elizabeth’s mother who is obsessed with husbands for her daughters. Attempting to push Elizabeth into a marriage with Mr. Collins.