From there to Frank Harris's contemptuous term 'a credulous fool' is but a step. As a consequence, such a man, placed against the background of a highly civilized society, can know little of "all the humbug, pretence, selfishness, lust and vileness which-especially in a rich and refined society are rampant everywhere." Having entered innocently into a "hasty, ill-mated, and un- looked-for marriage," he seems almost foredoomed to lose his faith in his wife."... ... middle of paper ... ...hero reduced to a cold blooded murderer because of his jealousy, trust of a villain and, ironically, distrust of his own wife. Works Cited Cassal, Steve.
When Pip receives his fortune from his secret benefactor, his disregard for the two people that love him the most becomes much worse. Before hi... ... middle of paper ... ... of why his common life and being with Biddy is much better than the alternative, Estella. However, after all those reasons come to him, the remembrances of Satis House and Estella rush back to him and he is thrown into a conflict between the two. The worst part of Pip’s conflict comes from the fact that even Estella warns him of her cruelty. She tells him how she has no heart to love and will never care for him (229).
In the beginning of the play Othello loved Desdemona, but as the play went on Othello hated Desdemona so much he wanted to kill her. Desdemona perceives herself as the most loyal wife anyone could have. Othello perceives the total opposite when he sees Desdemona. When Iago first told him that Desdemona is cheating on him. Othello looked at Iago like he was irrational but after Iago convinced him of Desdemona cheating he perceived everyone as his enemy because Iago had great reputation.
Although Willy is justly punished for his crimes, Field fails to go into the depth of Willy’s crimes. The extent of Willy Loman’s corruption makes his crimes far more severe, for he has left his family in shambles and to continue to be his future conduits. Willy Loman’s addiction to his own delusions have made him curse his sons to the same amoral mind frame that he had put on himself, and continues to use against his wife, while still feeling convinced he is a well liked person that deserves to be treated better than he treats others. Willy Loman receives a deserving punishment for many reasons, but the lesson he leaves behind to his sons is one of the most everlasting to his family. Field in his article claims “what he has taught them does not look to him like what he had wanted them to learn” (21), but Willy’s failure is that Biff and Happy have learned exactly what he has taught them their whole lives.
In the story, Huck runs into many conflicts against society, man, and even himself, all leading towards Huck learning valuable life lessons and experiencing the major issues which occurred in the 19th century southern United States. The first of many conflicts in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is the most evident and important one, man versus society. Huckleberry Finn, Jim(runaway slave and friend of Huck), and in some cases, Tom Sawyer, must constantly break the law and lay low to avoid getting caught. Being a runaway slave, Jim cannot be seen by anyone or he would be in serious risk of losing his freedom granted by running away. Together, they constantly change plans and take precautionary actions to prevent Jim from losing his freedom.
As the act continues you see separation between the family. Goneril and Regan are clever; they know what they want and would do anything to get it. they are very deceiving and manipulative. The psychoanalytical conflict continues when Lear isn’t acting like a king he starts acting childish and selfish it seems like his pride is starting to pull him down. Goneril is the first to notice and reacts to it by telling Oswald before her father shows up to “treat Lear and his men poorly” just as you would think it wouldn’t make the king get a better attitude toward life.
She uses the people around her to fit into the social scene and boast her wealth and fake happiness, which obstructs her morals and emotions as a human being. Daisy valued life holds no true meaning for her. She treats others horribly without a ... ... middle of paper ... ...after he finds out about Daisy and Gatsby’s affair. (137) Even though Tom is an adulterer himself, he cannot stand the thought of his wife doing the same. He is a jealous hypocrite, who lusts for all the power and puts shame to his name and affluent life.
She feels like he is a one of a kind man and in world filled with generic copies. She feels like his work will be destroyed and go unappreciated even though it is the most unique and creative piece of work this society will ever see. Though she loves him she struggles to destroy him because the world needs Roark but the society they live does not deserve him. Dominique loves Roark even though she married other people while still fascinated with him and tried to destroy him while married to others.
He is saying that he does not deserve her because all that he ever gave her were lies and deceit. She is fortunate enough to be able to escape the pain and hurt that he brought along with him. This creates the central idea that cheaters are the ones who really play themselves. The narrator expected that his cheating manner will be beneficial to him, but it is like a slap to the face. Cheating does not get you anywhere in life and only brings suffering in the end.
129) In this quote Daisy just shows a glimpse of toms out of control anger and his carelessness on how to treat other people because of the money he has and how he things of himself vs others. Gatsby also shows his main weakness in this book many times which is love but none more clearly then in this quote. “your wife doesn’t love you,” said Gatsby. “she’s never loved you. She loves me.