When Mrs. Tessie tried to argue over the process, her ideas and arguments are neglected, and she ends up stoned. Everyone in the society is against her even her husband. This acts also shows that women did not have a role in this society. Men were the supreme beings in this society while women are just supposed to look over their families and not participate in such incidences. This is because Mrs. Tessie’s husband could not even wait for her or inform her about such occasion, Mrs. Tessie says on page 2, “Thought my old man was out back stacking
The older sister thinks that is unfair that she can have anything she wants, but she chooses not to appreciate or take care of the good things her parents give. In today’s society this is a problem that many parents have with their younger kids, they get whatever they want without having to work for it. Unlike their older brothers/sisters who have to earn what they want is how the older sister feels. The last reason that the older sister is jealous of her is because she had an opportunity to get out of town and she threw the away. For instance the town that they live in is relatively small the older sister states “as soon as she got married and moved away from home the first thing she did was separate”(437).
In turn, her home life is also a large reason she is so easily manipulated. Her father is mostly absent from her life, which causes emotional distress, especially for girls her age. Because of this, Connie craves for attention from guys because she is not able to get it from her father. Additionally, Connie is not able to view her parents as an example of a healthy relationship, since her father is not around a lot. This enables Arnold to manipulate her because she doesn’t know what healthy attention is.
(4.42) logan thinks that black woman aren’t supposed to demand any respect or good treatment and ought to be happy as her husband’s work and demands anything better. Janie does not want to be accepted into the society as the average wife, but she quietly continued to be who she was not and ok killicks his death bed right before he dies, Janie expressed her suppressed anger. All this an... ... middle of paper ... ... of herself. Her grandmother had told her that her mother had been raped by the towns school teacher who was a white man. Even though she was black she had beautiful hair which sometimes gave her an advantage over other village women.
Curley, her husband doesn’t trust her with the other ranch hands. She was just out of place on the ranch, and because of that, must have been a really lonely person with lonely feelings. Curley’s wife is given a reputation of causing trouble between other characters from different characters in the novel. There is no evidence of her living up to all of the reputation in the novel. Candy says “Well she got the eye” which could have many meanings and then he backs that up with “I seen her give Slim the eye” and finally he says “Well I think Curley’s married…a tart.” This explains his views on Curley’s wife.
Levenson states “A marriage which met parental opposition inevitably led to disaster” (Levenson 851). Although, in this play Desdemona and Othello got married without Desdemona’s father’s approval and this sparks quite a problem. Not only is Othello a colored man, he didn’t get Desdemona’s father’s approval before they got hitched. Even though Othello was a general he still was ridiculed because of his skin color. Desdemona’s father saw her as his property, she was his daughter, and he did not like the idea of a man stealing her from him.
As for the social aspect of Ladies’ Paradise, the women that hate Denise in the novel affect her sensitive heart, leading to interference with her romance with Mouret since it makes her want to leave the store. She is an independent simple charm that possesses strength, self-respect and has love for love. Her position in the working class forces her to stay in the business, though she does feel pity for working there because of her uncle Baudu not being able to run the store as well as Mouret
Women in European class systems where a mans accessory and were dependent on men to take care of them. Women weren 't allowed to go to school and could never make a name for themselves (Hughes). A woman 's aspiration, and all she was good for, was to get married to a rich or notable man. Madame Loisel however had to settle for an average, middle class man due to her social worth. She lived being constantly irritated by her modest environment, yearning for fancy dishes, and wishing she could be in a position to be envied.
An example of this is when Elizabeth in “The Leaving”, is ordered around by her husband “get over her ‘n’ make my supper wom[a]n!”, (Wilson, 1990 p. 3). This is a strong example because she is not appreciated or respected. Even though she lives in a different culture and time frame, the same sort of situation can be observed in “Another Evening at the Club”. This occurs when Samia does not have a choice of who she marries “you're a lucky girl,... he’s a real find” (Rifaat, 1998, p. 255). Along with these two women Anilam, Aqsa has to overcome their families not approving who they want to marry or how they want to dress.
People were most concerned about wealth and family class. Ladies especially were suffering because a ladies did not go to work therefore she couldn't go on earning her own money, so marring a rich man was her way of solving her financial gain. If a women was not very pretty than she was not expected to find a very rich man. The Bennets family consist of a family of five daughters and mother and father. A women could not inherit her fathers wealth so its problem for the Bennets because without a son in the family there would be nobody else to be able to carry on the family wealth.