Therefore, if he denies Hermia her happy marriage, she will live in sadness, which will have a similar effect on him. It is unlike most parents to let their children undergo suffering if it will last many years in marriage. Instead, Egeus insists that Hermia should marry Demetrius, although Hermia does not have feelings for him. His actions show that her father is foolish to the extent that he is willing to ruin her life. In fact, Egeus gives ultimatums to her daughter that she would rather die or be a Nan if she fails to comply with his demands.
When she is there, Grandma tells Conor his mother is worse off than she looks saying, "She'll seem better tomorrow, but she won't be Conor" (Ness 55). This gets Conor to have a conflict inside; he knows his grandma is right but does not want to overcome and rather hide his fear, pushing it away... ... middle of paper ... ...ne has to go through pain first. Time is fear's worst enemy, as time goes on; fears only become a worse conflict. For Conor it was the fear of his mother passing away. For Conor it was the fear of his mother passing away.
She was deeply saddened by her father’s death because he was the only one she looked up to and whom she say as her shining light, so to speak, but now that light has gone away and she saw no point in continuing on with life. Ophelia also resented Hamlet after that because she knew that he killed her father, but she did not feel like she should plot revenge against Hamlet for killing her father. Works Cited Hamlet by Shakespeare
Starting from that, everything started to fall apart and his mother went insane. I almost cried reading the line that he cannot describe his feeling after the insane mother doesn’t recognize him. For him, things would get better if the social agency doesn’t separate his family. So here I think somehow maybe it is true that the social agency had just wanted to help them to be better but actually it has destroy them emotionally. In my opinion, whatever the social agency had planned to help his family, I would say dividing someone’s family is the very worst choice.
Medea is a prime example of Goldhill’s statement. Since Jason left Medea, Medea could not live knowing her husband is remarried to another woman. She becomes a threat to him and his new family because
The narrator stated that their mother said “You got to hold on to your brother and don’t let him fall, no matter what it looks like is happening and no matter how evil you gets with him” (258). This quote could have many meaning to the narrator, I refuted that he could be doing all this out of the guilt of not keeping his promise to his mother. I believe it isn’t about his guilt but more of the neglect of the life he chose to leave behind until the death of his daughter changed all
Though she appears nervous and tense about Torvald finding the truth about the loan, she has hope that Torvald will save her from getting in trouble, just like her father would. At least, that is what she believes until the truth comes crashing down on her. Torvald’s abhorrence and disgusts towards Nora brings her to a very sad and life-changing truth that Torvald is never the man that she thought he is. The truth brings Nora into a realization that their marriage is nothing but a life that is founded and maintained by social rules and never by love that she thought. Nora’s frustration of her doll-like life becomes evident.
I am able to understand how she could leave her husband, the self-righteous and pompous man that he is; however, leaving her children behind is a much more difficult decision to make. Through Torvald’s anger with Nora, he states to her that women are accountable for the decency of their children. He states further that because of her scandalous act; she is no longer able to be a role model for them. Because Nora understands that she is an uneducated woman, she agrees with Torvald and chooses to leave her children behind.
Unfortunately she made the mistake of borrowing it and forging her father's signature. This is the secret that she hides all through the play from her husband. Nora believes Helmer will try to take the blame for what she has done. She thinks he will keep being the man that takes charge and fixes all problems that may come about. What she doesn't realize at this point is that Helmer does not truly care for her the way she has brought herself to believe throughout the years of their marriage.
Due to this family feud, the two families are so unsupportive that they don't even have the guts to come forward to their families, before committing suicide, to tell them they are married and in love. Knowing that a teenager has a family so unsupportive of them, as they were in Romeo and Juliet, may put them at more of a risk for suicide, though any person is capable of