In his discussion with a psychiatrist many of Antoine’s mishaps and offences are revealed, including the fact that he stole money from his grandmother and visited a prostitute. Antione’s interest in women is explored in this scene. It is also revealed that Antione had been sent to live with a wet nurse and then his grandmother because his mother did not want him around. Through her actions and words, Antione was able to notice that his mother never really cared for him, leading to a rift to be formed between them. As he explains how he found out his mother wanted to abort him, he looks down, nervously moves his fingers, and speaks in a quieter tone demonstrating that the topic of his mother is one that causes him pain and sadness; this is a contrast to when he speaks indifferently about stealing his grandmother’s money.
The character of Estella represents the symbols of isolation and manipulation. By acting as an adult when she was still young, she separated herself from Pip and others. This was due in large part to the way Miss Havisham, her stepmother, raised her. She had no emotion, as Miss Havisham used her for revenge on men. On his first visit to the Satis House, Pip overheard Miss Havisham tell Estella "Well?
He would be ordered to be hanged like the others as well. The girls continued to fool the town with being overtaken by the devil and the spirits that come to harm them. When Goody Proctor’s name was brought up, John Proctor became angry with Abigail knowing why she was doing the things she was doing. Reverend Hale went to see John that night to tell him about the mentioning of his wife, he asked them to recite the commandments like if that was a way to see if they honored their God or was involved with the devil as well. That same night before Mr. Hale came, Mary Warren had come back to the house upset and John Proctor was mad at her for not being in the house.
The affect of the book on me was so great that I that was even thinking of it days and nights. That is the reason why I have chosen this book for my term paper in order to develop the theme “Family in Charles Dickens' novel ‘David Copperfield’ ”. Charles Dickens is one of the most popular and ingenious writers of the XIX century. He is the author of many novels. Due to reach personal experience Dickens managed to create vivid images of all kinds of people: kind and cruel ones, of the oppressed and the oppressors.
In the tale, the historical technique has been used quite perfectly. Dickens uses the element of history not only to advance the plot, but also to show connections between life in the eighteenth century and the novel. Another way Dickens’ uses history is to show the partnership between evil and history itself (Allingham). Dickens showed how the population felt about the government, how they acted, and what the end result was. He did all of this while advancing the storyline.
As my conclusion of this novel, Dickens used his creative writing through figurative language, rhetorical devices, and using certain themes throughout the novel to show the disgust and unnecessary actions that happened during the French Revolution. Works Cited Damerow, H. . Kiran-Raw, M.. N.p.. Web. 27 Nov 2013. .
After Hamlet contemplates all of this, how can he trust any woman when his own mother betrayed his father? When Hamlet has thoughts of his mother he is affected both emotionally and psychologically. He is affected emotionally because it is his mother, his own blood that is apart of the ... ... middle of paper ... ... he over re-acts and the ghost of his father appears to remind him of why he was there. Gertrude senses Hamlets anger after he kills Polonius and asked what have I done? Hamlets reply was one full of grief, anxiety and anger.
Nora’s caustic reply is that, “it is a thing hundreds of thousands of women have done” (3. 67). The plight of women in western society has been confusing and arduous. Nora’s crime was an ill-fated attempt to save her husband’s life, but her total abandonment of the marriage seems relatable and almost reasonable to the audience after they are shown Torvald’s misogynistic opinions. Torvald is invariably patronizing towards his wife and is offended and emasculated when he learns that Nora has gone behind his back and saved his life without his assistance.
Gradgrind sticks to his philosophy, but at the end of the novel he has a revelation when Louisa talks to him. He gets a rude awakening after they talk. Louisa asks him if he agrees that he has “trained” her since birth. Obviously he agrees with her and then she says “I curse the hour in which I was born to such a destiny.” (Times pg 161) This breaks Mr. Gradgrind down. He didn’t understand that since he was smothering her with all of the unrealistic expectations that he had for her.
In the midst of the night, the time the carpet was lost; before her mother’s divorce, Hanan’s mother in an outcry stated that it was Ira; the half blinded man’s flaw that the carpet was stolen. And Ira could be heard in sobbing claim; he was surprised to be hearing inductive reasoning from Hanan’s mother as there is no evidence to back up Hanan’s mother’s claim. It gave Hanan a feeling of uneasiness that her mother was not in fact not saying the truth due to using the blind man are the fall guy. During the incident, the blind man said to Hanan “"Never mind, child." Then he- turned round to leave.