Later on, Celie is married off to a man who is just as abusive as her Pa. She is not even willing to call her husband by his name, but instead by Mr. ___. He is only married to Celie just to take care of his four children, take care of his home, and work in his fields. Although she is still living in a bad environment, she is somewhat happy to be married because she can now have her younger sister leave Pa’s household. Unfortunately, after Nettie moves in with Celie and her husband, she is soon kicked out for not doing what Mr. ___ wants her to do sexually. Even though Nettie still promises to stay in contact with Celie through letter, Celie doesn’t hear from her.
Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy about a feud between two families, the Capulets and the Montagues. The capulets daughter, Juliet, falls in love with Romeo, who is the son of the Montagues. However, there is no possible way they can truly be in love. For example, they barely know each other, they are too young, and they only like each other for their looks. Romeo and Juliet’s relationship is not even a relationship because they have to sneak around and lie to everybody they love.
In fact he becomes so angry that he tells Ophelia that he never loved her and that instead of marrying she should go to a nunnery rather then pass on her genes to children. At this point in the story, Hamlet makes it seem as if he is not interested in women anymore. For the readers perspective at this point in the story they are clue less as to the true feelings of Hamlet. Hamlet also does not have very much respect for his mother anymore. This may be why he has such a difficult time getting along with women.
Feminist Criticism of “The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman In Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s short story, “The Yellow Wallpaper”, the nameless protagonist is a woman who is completely isolated and has no say in anything that regards her own life. Her husband John does what he believes to be what’s best for her, but in fact, is the complete opposite. It is this sequestration, brought on to her by her own husband, which led to her insanity. John loves his wife, and she knows it. However, he is quite stubborn and the lack of communication in their relationship is very unhealthy.
Further, she does little to hide these flirtations from her husband, though they’re likely to infuriate him and make him feel even smaller. 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 is constantly searching for her husband, “I’m looking for Curley.” Although, this may be just an excuse to mingle with the men and have some company. Curley’s wife barges in on Lennie, Crooks, and Candy in Chapter Four.
Tom worked at a meaningless warehouse job and giving up all his dreams of a better life to provide for her. Without her having a job or being married he felt like he had to provide and to take care of her. Laura’s character and her view of herself caused her emotional dependence. She thought that since she was crippled that she couldn’t be a good enough person to do anything. She was too embarrassed to better herself.
Other women where “cold” and wanted to “snatch from life more than it could give”. The attitudes of these women, justifies their heartache and loss. Gurkov’s relationship with Anna is initiated by him. He recognizes that she is new to Yalta, she is alone and that she is married. For most people this would stop them from considering any improper relationship but something entices Gurhov,
His daughter tries to convince him that he is a good man but her dad gets really mad at her because he felt like she had been really disrespectful to him and the entire Jewish religion because the Russians and the Jews were enemies, and he ignores her. But she loves the Russian man so much that she runs away with him. The father looks in every place to find her but he doesn’t. When he gets desperate he goes to a synagogue and prays to G-d asking him where his daughter is, he decides to ask the Rabbi and he says that he married
She does not allow writing as “he hates to have me write a word” (Gilman, 2), and has to stay away from her relatives and son. Her life is controlled by her husband. She points out that “I have a schedule prescription for each hour in the day” (Gilman, 2). She forces to live in a room, which she really hates because of the animated wallpaper. She wants to move out of this house and gets back her own life or thought.
Helmer’s character in A Doll's House does not change until the very end when his wife leaves him. Nora risks everything for the sake of her husband, without regard to the possible consequences of her actions. Helmer is only concerned with appearances. He just wants to be able to show everyone his beautiful wife. He is outraged by Nora’s actions when he thinks it will negatively affect how he is viewed by society but when he finds out there will be no repercussions he can forgive her behavior.