How would you feel if you are set apart from others and put by yourself? And that also by your very own mother who kept you safe in her womb for nine months where in isolation you grow in stages and when your time comes to enter the world you are hated by her and she is unhappy to see you there. You being fragile and weak are victimized….and you suffer loneliness because even the world is not ready to except you in a friendly manner. You are like a beautiful flower grown in the wild with no one to care. In the novel Like Water for Chocolates After two days of her birth her father died and her life is cursed by her mother, who is no more able to breast feed her and is busy mourning and worried about her responsibility to run the ranch rather than bother for her baby.
Even though Abigail denies that she and the girls participate in witchcraft, Parris does not believe her because Abigail has been out of work since Elizabeth Proctor abruptly fired her. Also, Elizabeth Proctor has stopped attending church because she does not want to sit so close to a soiled woman. When Thomas Putnam and Ms. Putnam enter the room, they report that their own daughter Ruth is in the same state as Betty. Ms. Putman also rumors that someone saw Betty flying over a neighbor’s barn. Seven of Mrs. Putnam’s babies died the day after their birth and she believes that it is witchcraft.
Also, when Curley’s wife is talking to Lennie, Candy, and Crooks in Crooks bunk she states “I think I know where they all went even Curley”(37). Curley’s wife knows that her husband is unloyal to her when he goes with the workers to a cathouse. Because no other character in the novel shows jealousy and deceitful, Curley is a bad to be a good husband to his wife it makes her talk even with Lennie. Because Curley ignores his wife and does not let her talk to anybody, he takes part of the responsibility for his wife’s
Abigail used to be a servant in the Proctor household, but once Goody Proctor found out about John and Abby’s relationship, she fired Abigail. This caused Abigail to have vindictive feelings towards Goody Proctor. Ignorance is displayed through Giles Corey, another character in Act 1. His description at the bottom of page 40 explains how he is an ignorant man. “He didn’t give a hoot for public opinion, and only in his last years-after he had married Martha-did he bother much with the church.
Curley’s wife clearly feels neglected by her husband and she likes to create attention for herself as she feels she isn’t noticed. She is extremely lonely, and that is why she is constantly going in to the bunkhouse to allegedly ‘look for Curley’ but really she is crying out for the attention and affection that her loveless marriage lacks. “Think I don’t like to talk to somebody ever’ once in a while?” and “Standin’ here talkin’ to a bunch of bindle stiffs – a nigger an a dum dum and a lousy ol’ sheep – an’ likin’ it because they ain’t nobody else.” This shows how desperate she is for contact with people. She is isolated because she is the only woman on the ranch, and because of this Curley is possessive over her. No characters in the novel care for Curley’s Wife (except for Lennie for a brief time) and very little attention is given to her- partly because they are intimidated by the potential wrath of Curley, son of the boss, if they step out of line concerning his wife.
The women Chartists that had supported men to get the vote felt very let down. Male criminals could vote yet female doctors, factory workers and mothers couldn’t. One of the most significant contributions to the achievement of votes for women in 1918 was made by the Suffragists. Female suffrage societies were firstly developed in more middle and upper class areas like London, Manchester and Edinburgh. They started because of their disappointment of the 1867 Reform Act when it failed to include women.
Curleys wife obsession with herself lead to her death The connection between Curley’s wife and Lennie is that when curley’s wife walked into the barn but George said that Lennie is not aloud to talk to her like men on the ranch Curley’s wife also suffers from lack of attention and love also having to sacrifice her plans for Curley Lennie starts to talk about the farm and the rabbits and says that he like to pet soft thing then there is a connection between Curley’s wife ends in tragedy just as he kills Curley’s wife and his dreams Curley’s wife has also got a strong connection to Slim because she was the only girl on the ranch and she never saw Curley so she gave the other men the eye flirtation but the ranch men but the flirt back if they did( 1) they would be fired(2)they would suffer because of Curley temper so yes they all try and keep away from her but Slim talks to her everyone looks up to him even Curley looks up to him he’s like the boss he is an expert in his job so everyone admired
Curley's wife was treated with injustice due to the fact that she was the only female on the ranch and because she had no one to converse with. Curley's wife has no female friends to share with so naturally she would want to go talk to the men on the ranch. Most often she would go talk to someone who she really did not need to talk to. An example of one of these instances would be when she enters Crooks house and starts talking to Lennie, Candy, and Crooks (77). She is portrayed as a 'tart' (28) and as a flirtatious lady who is going to cause the men trouble (32).
Scout learned that Ms. Merriweather thinks Helen Robinson should be reprimanded because it is her skin color and her unfaithfulness to the church that caused their misfortune. The group of ladies that form the church circle should be an open-minded group, but they have only shown to be insensitive and unsympathetic. The full maturation of Scout is shown when she thinks to herself on the Radley porch, “Atticus was right. One time he said you never really know a man until you stand in his shows and walk around in them. Just standing on the Radley porch was enough.” (374).
Because of discrimination against women rights, and how society view women is nothing much than their sex slaves, Elizabeth suffered from great loss of family and love. From her experience of giving a birth to a dead baby to the point of becoming a sex worker, it perishes her hope of living in a comfortable and pleasing life. The absence of love for Elizabeth causes her to suffer from grief and catastrophe. Society against women rights prevents Elizabeth to speak up for her tragedy because she has no place and no one to blame to. Instead, she has to endure all the horrifying loss from both society and