A little after, Mrs. Mallard finally sees an opportunity of freedom from her husbands death. She is crying in her bedroom, but then she starts to think of the freedom that she now has in her hands. “When she abandoned herse... ... middle of paper ... ...dition, so the doctor thought that this weakness was the reason she died.What really killed her was being put back into the role that was forced and expected of her. When her husband walked in, all of her feminine freedom vanished. Women weren’t given the same rights as men.
The Nurse has a somewhat questionable philosophy towards Juliet's situation with Romeo. "Her interests are immediate and material. Her commitment is to eros, and therefore toward the physical union of the lovers" (Stevens). The Nurse feels that her loyalty for Juliet overrides her loyalty for Capulet and his wife, and therefore believes she is justified in her interference wi... ... middle of paper ... ... the rescue to arrive to Romeo in Mantua (Shalvi). This ultimately causes her suicide, and her death is thereby laid upon the shoulders of her very own parents.
She’s very calm and came downside with enjoy of her smile face that she can do anything that she wanted to without following her husband’s rules. But what she didn’t know is that her husband is still alive and came into her house. Mrs. Mallard was suddenly disappointed in her heart and she though in her mind, “Oh Crap?!”. Then she collapse and passed away as result of heart disease.
Throughout the novel, Hawthorne reveals his character's conflicting emotions and hearts. Hester Prynne masks her shame and attempts to resume her normal life. After being publicly humiliated for committing the transgression of adultery, Hester continues her life with a stronger personality. At first, Hester is ashamed of herself and of the direct proof of her sin, Pearl. However, after coping with her sin and allowing herself time to realize her mistake, she believes the “badge of shame” (Hawthorne 58) will teach her daughter and benefit her.
Then the teen every girl loves to hate, Serena Van der Woodson, returns from her Connecticut boarding school, and the young women start fuming. Serena is beautiful and charming, and could unknowingly steal the hearts of brothers and boyfriends -- and she and Nate have a secret history. Of course, ridiculous rumors are abuzz that Serena was expelled for everything from sleeping with half the student body to sacrificing live chickens, but no one knows the real deal because it would be totally unhip to appear too interested in her. She doesn't have time to offer explanations anyway, since she's busy trying to fit in with her old clique, who don't seem to want her around. It may be time for Serena make new friends, but with whom?
Her private sanctuary was filled with exotic flowers, and trees with orchids of bright color hang... ... middle of paper ... ..., and she mustered up the strength to break John’s heart. She told John that she enjoyed her time with him but she could not see him any more. Barbara continued dating Len. After a few months of dating Len she introduced him to her daughters. Layla and her sister they were thrilled with Len and remarked to Barbara “he is everything that Daddy would want for you.” When the two moved in together, they both switched their relationship to in a relationship on Facebook.
Young adults in high school and college face a constant bombardment of questions and opinions about their plans for the future, which only makes it harder to choose between multiple possibilties. Sylvia Plath weaves these confused, lost feelings into her autobiographical fictional novel The Bell Jar. The highly motivated main character, Esther Greenwood, wins a scholarship to work at a magazine over the summer, but during the internship, she realizes that she does not know who she wants to be anymore. Rapidly descending into suicidal depression, the empty Esther travels to a mental hospital and eventually recovers, reborn as a confident, independent woman. Esther initially plays many roles for others; however, her identity crumbles when these contrasting lifestyles collide, for she cannot reach selfhood until she realizes that she can only be herself.
Can his sulky love poems win her heart? Nothing I say in this review can bring justice to master storyteller Cecily Von Ziegesar, whose research comes from her own life as an upper eastside, New York City teen. She has a reality-based knack for bringing cigarette-and-pot smoking rich kids into three-dimensional color. As naughty as these characters seem on every page, they are revealed to be real kids wanting to fit into accepted, meaningful lives as much as sleek clothes. This second GOSSIP GIRL book in the New York Times Bestselling GOSSIP GIRL series is an edgy page-turner.
The second scene opens with one of Nadia’s strongest competition, Susaan Vivier, a devilish and problematic child whose mother is so obsessed with Susaan becoming Hoofmeisie, that she compiles a devious plan to oust out the competition so that her daughter could have the competitive advantage and become Hoofmeisie. During this scene, Susaan’s mother has compiled a list of wh... ... middle of paper ... ...see Nadia become head girl and she kept on acknowledging it from the beginning, however because Melissa’s mother wanted the opposite it made it seem as though Melissa was shallow. Melissa is however honest and shows sincerity and integrity in all her actions, however she doesn’t constitute deceptive behaviour. Imaginative. Make timely and appropriate changes in your thinking, plans, and methods.
When Stella returns, Blanche tries to tell Stella what Stanley did to her but she instead believing her, Stanley and Stella send Blanche off to a mental institution. Blanche DuBois, the protagonist of the play, is introduced to the readers in the first scene, where she makes a surprise visit to her sister and her sister’s husband, Stella and Stanley. She is introduced as a fragile woman who the readers begin to feel sympathy for her. She had been asked to leave her job, and she lost the family estate. The readers ... ... middle of paper ... ...left Stanley it would have left a better ending to the story.