Mr. Woodhouse is almost a caricature, so he can by no means be accused of giving rational support, but he is "everywhere beloved for the friendliness of his heart and his amiable temper", and to Emma "most affectionate, indulgent father". I would say that Mr. Woodhouse is always concerned and caring, his only fault as father is being too indulgent. Of course, it would be better to have in a father an intellectual companion as well (Like Elizabeth Bennett). The mother in Mansfield Park , the mother was absent and neglectful having married a poor man who drinks. In Sense and Sensibility - Mrs. Dashwood is loving, but has too much of a romantic sensibility.
Mr. Loman thinks that he will find happiness in work and doesn’t see that his wife, Linda, finds happiness in him. Linda finds joy in their relationship even though she is unaware of the affair he is having with a woman in Boston. She would do anything for him because for her he is everything. She would even kick out her own son because he brings so much pain to house and that “[he] can’t just come to see [her] because she loves [Willy]” (Miller). He is her happiness and her love.
The poem lists several ways in which people hurt those that they love. With Lennie, this is entirely unintentional. He never means harm to anyone, but with the capricious way in which he treats everything he wants to love, it is inevitable. Curlie's wife simply disregards the needs of others to satisfy her own, and this is willful selfishness. In Candy and George's case, however, the harm is deliberate, but not malicious.
I trust, Gertrude, that Sir Robert is not like that?” Unlike these men, with mainly political issues in their minds, Lord Goring takes no part in it, and is called by his father to lead ‘an idle life’. Due to this fact, the audience immediately likes him and knows that he will be the c... ... middle of paper ... ... of love. Due to this, even after Lady Chiltern is given the biggest shock of her life, her ideal dreams suddenly shattering, and then immediately scolded and critized by her husband Robert Chiltern with his brilliant truthful speech on how women always make ideals of men, the audience can no longer feel no remorse for her as Lady Chiltern sways side to side. Pity is felt for Robert Chiltern, living with a wife believing that her husband was the most perfect person in the world and only loving him because of this. Although the end is a happy one, at the end, when she agrees with Robert that he should resign from the offer of having a cabinet seat, even Lord Goring proves to know more about life and her husband than she does, telling her that rather than lose her love, Robert Chiltern would agree to anything.
For Example, when Lennie and George met their new boss, George told Lennie not to talk so the boss wouldn’t know how that Lennie is mentally disabled. Without George telling Lennie not to talk to their new boss Lennie might have showed how unintelligent he was and he might not have gotten the job. George is like a parent to Lennie and he shows his love not through the words he speaks to Lennie but through the way he cares for him. In addition, Lennie causes trouble wherever he goes without knowing it. They had to leave their old job because Lennie grabbed a girls dress.
Constantly, each character escapes their problems with deceit. Even Biff remains in this state of falsehood, until he reaches his epiphany. The main character Willy Loman, is constantly fooling himself into believing that he is a huge success. He often lies to his family about how well he is doing, when truthfully his salary was taken away, and he has to borrow money from his neighbor, Charlie. When Linda asks him about his wages, he replies “I’ll knock ‘em dead next week.” (Miller 36) Willy says this, very well knowing that he will not.
You do not know what he really is, then pray do not pain me by speaking of him in such terms” (314). Elizabeth explains to her father that she is indeed madly in love with Darcy although her father thinks that she hates him. Elizabeth also said that it brought pain to her when her father spoke badly about Darcy. She tells her father that he doesn’t know Darcy’s real character and that he really is a good-natured and wonderful person despite what everyone thought. She then explains to her father all that Mr. Darcy has done for their family, Lydia’s marriage and the payment of Wickham’s debt.
As the reader, we know that Cordelia truly does love her father. It is obvious because she says to herself in act 1, scene 1, line 86: "…since I am sure my love's more ponderous than my tongue." He is on a power trip and Goneril and Regan simply add fuel to the fire by telling him what he wants to hear. Therefore, when Cordelia tells him she has no words to explain her love for him he just dismisses her and becomes outraged. Lear is blinded by his arrogance and power and chooses to accept his two daughters who make him feel loved.
In Dickens novel, friendship helps Pip find his “great expectations” and also helps him learn that he can be happy without wealth. Pip and Biddy are very close friends and pip trusts her enough to tell her a lot of thoughts on his mind. When Pip goes to London, him and Herbert become best friends and stick by each other’s sides. When Pip learns that his benefactor is Magwitch, he does not like it but soon after, Pip stands by Magwitch’s side tell the very end. Without friendship in pip’s life, he would have not had as much happy of a life because without Joe, he would be living with his mean sister alone, and without Magwitch, he would have never gotten “great expectations”.
Her husband considers her nothing more than an object. Her dreams were one day to become an actress; instead she manied Curley because she had no way to support herself. I believe the most important character in the book Of Mice and Men is George Milton. He took the responsibility upon himself to look after Lennie and that in itself is a job. George is always trying to keep him out of trouble and sees that they are never without work and food.