Known by several names through out the course of her life, Tzu Hsi was intelligent, beautiful, and had a voice that could charm anyone. Chosen as an Imperial Concubine in the third class, Yehonala (as she was known at the time) took great care to win the favor of the current Empress Dowager. Her next step was to win the favor of the young Emperor Hsien Feng, which she accomplished with the help of the Chief Eunuch, who she had also won over. In her quest for ultimate power the luckiest event that befell her was the birth of her son. Because the Empress Consort Sakota failed to produce an heir, Yenonala’s son was to become the heir apparent, raising her to the position of first rank concubine.
They loved singing and dancing with each other and had loads of fun with each other. Unfortunately, just as she almost gains complete control over her fourth husband, he dies. Her fifth and last husband was Jankyn. She loved him even ... ... middle of paper ... ...ife’s basis of her theories about experience versus authority and to initiate the main point she portrays in her tale: The thing women most desire is complete “sovereignty” over their husbands. Since the Wife has had five husbands, she feels that she can verbalize with authority from this experience.
She was known for being one of the most beautiful women in the world and she used her sexuality as a weapon to get what she wanted for her throne, and also during the rest of her life to get more and more power for herself and Egypt. Cleopatra was the most famous member of her family line, known for her role in the Roman political battles between Julius Caesar and Mark Antony, and her death marked the end of the Ptolemaic rule in Egypt. The three aspects of Cleopatra using her sexuality to become a great leader are using her good looks to get what she wanted, having a known romance with powerful men, and being respected by everyone. Cleopatra is known for being one of the most beautiful women of all times, from her baby blue eyes to her black sil... ... middle of paper ... ... Even though Cleopatra was very beautiful, she was also a very smart woman who strived to get what she wanted and keep her people happy.
The hag is by all accounts the idealized version of the wife of Bath. The Wife wants control over her husbands, and most likely does not get what she wants from every husband, and the hag gets what she wants from the beginning. Even though the Wife claims to have had sovereignty over her husbands she slips when telling her tale and informs us that she wishes an early death to those men whom do not let their wives gain suprem... ... middle of paper ... ... the tale truly mirrors the Wife’s own life the knight better watch his back of he to will be dead soon. The parallels that have been presented show that there are not just similarities in the tale and the Wife’s life, the prologue and the tale are the real and the ideal way that the Wife sees her world. She, like many women of her time and ours, wants control over her husbands and will do what it takes to gain it.
Once on the throne, she kept her power by all means necessary, often those means being murder and betrayal. Some of her actions were undoubtedly cruel. However once she was established as an empress conducted a mostly peaceful and prosperous reign. Empress Wu was by definition a usurper of the Chinese throne however not necessarily an evil one. She was manipulative and ruthless yet brilliant and exceptionally gifted.
The Role of Lady Macbeth Lady Macbeth fulfills her role among the nobility and is well respected like Macbeth. King Duncan calls her "our honored hostess." She is loving to her husband but at the same time very ambitious, as shown by her immediate determination for Macbeth to be king. This outcome will benefit her and her husband equally. She immediately concludes that "the fastest way" for Macbeth to become king is by murdering King Duncan.
The greatest victory was women gaining the right to vote because it was just so unheard of at the time. However after proving themselves multiple times they have gained rights and even an amendment. Women have been around just as long as men have and clearly have worked just has hard, but in different ways. Weather it was working hard in a factoring making things for the war or just being a figure of inspiration to both men and women, women have never backed down because they knew with time and effort they would soon get what they were after: equality.
She was strong, powerful, brave, strong-hearted, and spirited. Margaret conquered many of her fears and accomplished many things that some people wouldn’t think was possible. She demonstrated true heart in what she did and never gave up in what she believed in. That is one of the reasons why she is considered one of the many extravagant leaders in the world. She may have only been a woman, but she has confirmed that even the smallest of people can do a remarkable amount of things that can change the world into something magnificent.
Jason heartlessly left Madea after having children with her and after all the things they’ve been through together in the past. Madea would eliminate Jason’s enemies with her magic and wits to help him out in the past, but that wasn’t enough for him. He wanted more from his life, so he decided to go behind his loyal wife’s back and marry another woman. Notably, it wasn’t just any woman; it was the Princess of Corinth. By marrying her, Jason’s social status would soar, and he would be next in line to be King should her father pass away.
In each case the women in the relationship exercises control over her husband. Therefore, the Wife of Bath is a strong advocator of female maistrie within a marriage, by not only believing in maistrie, but also practices it in her own life. The Wife of Bath is a strong woman and knows what she wants from men. Alisoun is a promiscuous woman filled with sexual desires. She has been married five times and in each marriage she not only knows what she wants, but she also knows how to get it.