Romantic movies distort and create false expectations of true love. They show exaggerated stories that are used to entertain, yet young women get wound up in the thought that they will find someone that will meet up to these expectations. These set beliefs can affect them in a negative way and often lead to disappointment. Books like A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Great Gatsby, and movies like The Notebook are all examples of love stories that produce that false hope. Women begin to think that they will find a perfect man that will hand them the world, that they should dedicate themselves to finding this man, and that they deserve an elaborate story full of passion and desire.
Malvolio is showing that he does not really love Olivia, but just wants to use her to rise in status. When Malvolio receives the forged letter telling him how to win Olivia’s heart, he states, “‘No man must must know’ What follows? The numbers must be altered. ‘No man must know’ if this should be thee Malvolio” (2.5.103-105). When Malvolio says this, it shows that he believes Olivia sent the letter and it was intended for him.
Gatsby invites Daisy to one of his big party bashes and says to Nick, “I’m going to fix everything just the way it was before.” (Fitzgerald 111). Gatsby thinks he can make their relationship go back to where it was, but they have been apart for five years. He tries to re-enact a dance that they had many years ago, he thinks she will remember it and want to be with him. This works in a way because Daisy starts having an affair on Tom after the dance they had at Gatsby’s party. Gatsby wants to experience everything he missed when he could not be with her.
The superficial nature of Daisy is that she’s pretending she’s in a happy marriage with Tom, when she’s not. She’s not in a happy marriage because her husband is cheating on her. Daisy comes off as being charming and happy but she’s really lonely. She laugh and says, “I’m p-paralyzed with happiness.”(pg. 13) Daisy is contentious about the way people look at her so she tries to be more charming.
Girls see guys go for the girls that dress scantily clad, the ones that would rather wake up 2 hours earlier just to cake their faces on, the ones that rather go to a school that has hotter guys than a better education, the ones that flirt with all the boys, the girls that think about themselves and have no regards for others, we see it, we good girls see it all. We good girls are usually deemed the ugly friend, the backup, the one the guys would make their wives, but not their girlfriend at the moment. We are the ones that fall for the good boys, but the boys are blinded by the "beauty" of the bad girls. They get caught up in those girls, and what does that leave us good girls to do? Wait.
Romeo is talking in paradoxes; he does this to emphasize that love is confusing. He says that love is everything except for what it actually is. Since Romeo thinks that he is in love although no one loves him, love can be two things that are opposites at the same time. Although Romeo is happy to be in love, he does not like the thought of love itself because if no one loves him back, love will become more confusing. Romeo is hopelessly in love with Rosalind which he explains when he says, "I am too sore enpiercèd with his shaft To soar with his light feathers, and so bound, I cannot bound a pitch above dull woe.
Scarlett O’ Hara is beautiful, but spoiled, high-tempered woman. For instance, Scarlett quotes “I want them to be pea green with envy!” She always wants people to be jealous of her. Sometimes she does not care what other people care of her. In addition, Scarlett always flirts with the guys. Scarlett can be unfaithful, just how she was to her husbands in the story.
Firstly, when someone is totally devoted to their love interest it may be hard to turn a conscious eye to their imperfections and faults. She will be under the desired illusion that he is loyal, that he love her and would dismiss slightest suspicion of cheating. Idolizing their partner in their minds for long time would lead to a major breakdown when the veil of deception is lifted thus thought of being cheated on is too heavy and the reduction of self-esteem will cause the woman to be in large circle of uncertainty about her own personage. Furthermore, by returning to her abusive partner she is trying to prove to herself that she is able to keep them and resurrect their old bond, but mostly trying to resurrect her own self-assurance that she is still worthy. Forgiveness can also be a reason to stay, some people have big hearts and are easy to forgive due to kindness but that does not mean they will necessarily forget, the old bond will never be the seem and asking about the partners whereabouts will no longer be a matter of manners only but to assure herself.
Everyone has their own definition. Intimacy is a major requirement in a relationship and the male’s sex drive is higher than a female’s most of the time. If the woman does not ‘put out’ as much as the man might want, he will find some other female to give him what he wants. On the other side, females want to feel loved and hear that they are beautiful and get gifts and little surprises that keep them on their feet. Most guys feel that is not the ‘macho’ thing to do, so the girl is going to stray and find someone who can fulfill their fantasies.
He appears to be suspicious that she may be going to meet another man and this rapid change of mood indicates an element of unease and tension in their relationship. We are quickly made aware of Eddie’s apparently contradictory feelings for his niece; he is proud of the way she looks, "like one of them girls that went to college", but becomes upset that her skirt is too short and accuses her of "walkin’ wavy". As her guardian, he clearly takes pride in seeing her develop into a young lady, but at the same time is alarmed by the fact that other men are starting to notice her. There is a fine line developing between his feelings of protectiveness towards her and possessiveness. Eddie apparently finds it difficult to accept the fact that Catherine is growing up - referring to