Chapter 3 Mr. Bingley returns the visit but when Mrs. Bennet invites him over to dinner, he says that he will be out of town. He comes back from London with his two sisters, his-brother-in-law, and a rich gentleman named Darcy. They all go to a ball and during the ball Mr. Bingley suggests that Darcy dance with Elizabeth but he turns her down saying “she is tolerable, but not handsome enough to tempt me”. This makes the neighborhood not like Darcy. Chapter 4 Jane lets on to Elizabeth that she likes Mr. Bingley and Elizabeth tells her she doesn’t know of her beauty.
Gatsby asks him to invite Daisy over for tea so he can see her. This begins an affair between the two of them. Tom quickly catches wind of this and takes the group of him Gatsby, Nick, and Daisy to a hotel in New York City. Here he tells Daisy where all Gatsby’s money has come from. Daisy realizes that she can’t leave her husband and they drive back.
He does not care about how he will get Daisy as long as he has her. His aspirations of Daisy’s love and wealth cloud his responsibilities. The obtainment of wealth triggers carelessness among people. Wealthy characters in The Great Gatsby, take advantage of their affluence and buy their way out of their troubles. Responsibility is not present because of their wealth.
T he Sun Also Rises opens with the narrator, Jake -Barnes, delivering a brief biographical sketch of his friend, Robert Cohn. Jake is a veteran of World War I who now works as a journalist in Paris. Cohn is also an American expatriate, although not a war veteran. He is a rich Jewish writer who lives in Paris with his forceful and controlling girlfriend, Frances Clyne. Cohn has become restless of late, and he comes to Jake’s office one afternoon to try to convince Jake to go with him to South America.
These stories, despite the differences between the two characters, clearly show that the character’s world is changing, with chivalry becoming more obsolete. “Araby” tells the story of a young boy who romanticizes over his friend’s older sister. He spends a lot of time admiring the girl from a distance. When the girl finally talks to him, she reveals she cannot go to the bazaar taking place that weekend, he sees it as a chance to impress her. He tells her that he is going and will buy her something.
When he gets there he sees Jordan they talk and then meet Gatsby for the first time he is surprisingly young he talks to Jordan privately about Daisy Gatsby becomes in love with Daisy again. He tells Nick to have a dinner party and invite him and Daisy but not tell Daisy about him being their. This works and Gatsby and Daisy start to see each other again. Tom figures out that his wife is cheating on him with Gatsby. He is very mad even though he himself is involved in an affair.
The maupassant 's states Why, the dress you go to the theater in" (Para 19). Her husband tries to please her with that invitation, so that she can enjoy that night with him. Instead of appreciating him for the invitation, which he got with lot of trouble. She wants new dress and jeweler for the ball night. He saved the money for his next summer shooting trip with his friends.
When Mr. Loisel brings Mathilde an invitation to a dinner party, instead of being excited about the elegant evening, Mathilde is upset because she has no elegant dresses. Mr. Loisel pleases Mathilde by giving her money for a new dress. She is happy at first until she realizes she has no jewels to wear. Mr. Loisel suggests that she borrow some from Mrs. Forrestier. Mathilde borrows a diamond necklace, and goes to the party where she was able to live out the luxurious life.
Her mom wants her to marry a man named Paris, but she really doesn’t know yet… Anyways, they meet in a masquerade party and they really like each other.They like each other so much that they really don’t care that they are from different households. Later after the party, they meet each other again under Juliet’s balcony and decide to secretly get married the next day by a man named Friar Lawrence. Lawrence thinks that this marriage will finally bring the feuding families together… There, now you know the facts, but you must understand the hate that these two families have for each other. They have had many fights in the streets of Verona that Prince Escalus says that if they fight again, that he will kill them.
Jake thinks it would be nice to have dinner with someone, so they take a cab to find a restaurant. Georgette makes a pass at him, and Jake explains that he got a wound in the war that makes it impossible for him to have sex. They agree that the war was a horrible thing, and that it never should have been fought. When they get to the restaurant, some of Jake's friends see him and invite him to a dancing-club with Georgette. Lady Brett Ashley arrives with a group of men that are wearing jerseys.