While this is going on, “Ernest” is in the town with Gwendolyn and proposes to her. This pleases Gwendolyn because she always wanted to marry a man with the name of Ernest. One day shortly after, Gwendolyn decides to visit “Ernest” in the country. Upon her arrival she meets Cecily Cardew where the two have tea. During their discussion, Gwendolyn finds out that not only did “Ernest” never mention he had a brother, but also a ward.
The play begins with Algernon suspecting that Earnest (Jack) lives a double life after reading the inscription on his case that reads ”Uncle Jack” and “little Cecily”. Failing in his attempts to lie, Jack confesses the truth while Algernon announces he too, to escape from social obligations goes to the country in order to visit his made-up sick friend- Bunbury. When Gwendolen visits Algernon with her mother, Lady Bracknell in the presence of Jack, Jack proposes to her and she agrees- confirming that she would not marry anyone with any name other than Earnest. Lady Bracknell considers Jack worthy of her daughters hand until he tells her that he was found at Victoria station, in a hand bag .Lady Bracknell forbids the match and sweeps out of the house. Jack gives Gwendolen his real address which Algernon who is interested in meeting Cecily after hearing about her, writes down on his collar secretly and in the next scene arrives at Hertfordshire, introduces himself as Earnest, Jacks brother.
In a conversation with the captain, she learns of the courtship between Orsino and Olivia. She decides to work for Olivia, but since Olivia is mourning, Viola seeks employment at Orsino's household disguised as a man and using the name, Cesario. However, Cesario falls in love with Orsino but fears revealing her identity. Orsino uses Cesario to entice Olivia, but the she falls in love with Cesario. In the second plot, Malvolio works for Olivia and mistreats the other workers.
He flattered her by praising her appearance, manner, and personality while he fibs. He said that he planned to marry her the moment he had met her, but in reality, he had first decided to marry his eldest cousin, Jane. Unfortunately, she was arranged to be married soon, so he settled with Elizabeth who is witty and lively. In his conversation with Elizabeth, his diction caused her to laugh because he says with “solemn composure” that he will be “run away with his feelings.” It is ironic that his words do not match his actions, which induced laughter from her. As Mr. Collins proceeded to explain his reasons for his proposal, Elizabeth, while holding her laughter, cannot stop him.
He walked her home, and this made her feel secure. Over the years, she found herself falling in love with him. In the spring of 1939, Allie had the courage to tell her grandmother. Darry was terribly upset because she knew of Charlie and his reputation. She begged Allie not to marry him, but Allie’s heart determined her destiny to marry Charlie.
The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky The train represents the East; the saloon represents the West. The two most important ironic symbols are, however, Wilson and Potter. Jack Potter, the town marshal, has left Yellow Sky to marry his bride in secret. Potter is very self-conscious of "his change from his formal role as the lone marshal, always ready for a fight. “However there is a small part of Jack’s life that is missing that will make him complete.
Becoming a boy she now works for Orsino who she is now in love with. On another twist Olivia is in love with Cesario which is Olivia. Everyone seems to be confused about their sexuality and gender throughout the play. Viola's brother, Sebastian turns up and, believing him to be Viola (who Olivia thinks is a boy) she asks him to marry her and he does. Viola's identity is revealed and Orsino falls in love with her and they marry and it is revealed that Sir Toby and Maria have also married.
He tells her that she is acting in a way he doesn't approve of, he says that she is ‘walkin’ wavy’ and that this is making men notice her and ‘their heads are turning like windmills’. The thing is, it is Eddie who we see is the one who notices her growing up into an attractive woman, and his desire for her is the cause of the tragedy that ends the play. The way their relationship changes through Act 1 sets up the situation that will end in the death of Eddie at the end of the play. Eddie Carbone and his wife Beatrice have brought up Eddie’s niece Catherine like their own daughter. They do not have children of their own.
They have good chemistry and both agree to meet tomorrow morning. However the next morning Henry attempts to hold a conversation with Lucy assuming that she was there to meet him only to be violently rejected and shunned. Henry later finds out from the restaurant owner that Lucy suffers from Goldfield Syndrome which is a type of anterograde amnesia and prevents her from forming new memories. He also learns that her remaining family recreates the same living conditions from the day of the accident so as to not hurt her with heartbreak. After learning this information Henry decides to make Lucy fall in love with him every day while unknowingly falling in love himself.
Portia is in love with Bassanio and fears he won't pick the correct casket. Summaries of The Merchant of Venice continue with Shylock's daughter, Jessica, sneaking away to marry Antonio's friend, Lorenzo. Bassanio and his friend, Graziano, are departing to see Portia. Other suitors have arrived in Belmont, meanwhile, to guess at the caskets and win Portia's hand in marriage. The Prince of Morocco chooses the gold casket, which is incorrect.