She is married to Curley who neglects her and because of her loneliness she is always seeking attention. She wears too much make up and dresses like a 'Whore' with red fingernails and red shoes. Red could be showing passion for things she loves, like acting, or foreshadowing the danger she brings later in the novel. She is often refered to as 'jail bait' by george as women in these days were known to tempt men to have an affair with them, the claim they have raped them and get them in trouble. The readers initial portrayal of Curley's wife shows her to be a mean and seductive temptress.
Everyone else will have to stay single. Get yourself to a convent, fast” (III.i.136-152). In this rage, he tells Ophelia that if she marries a smart man he will know that she will ruin their marriage, he tells her that he doesn’t want to marry her anymore, and to bring herself to a whorehouse. He looked down on Ophelia at this moment because she had upset him by following what her father had told her to do. Hamlet tells her these things to try and hurt her feelings even though he loves her, her is mad at her for listening to Polonius all the times.
Hamlet, despite being the hero of the tragedy, commits various actions that would consider him as a villainous character. When he learns of his fathers death, he acts mad and possibly even becomes truly mad. It prompts him to mistreat those around him—specifically important women in his life, his girlfriend Ophelia and his mother Gertrude. Firstly, when Hamlet is acting mad, he does not inform Ophelia of it, and treats her poorly. For instance, when Hamlet states, “Get thee to a nunnery.
Seeing that none of them is likely to accept change easily, disputes, misunderstanding and vengeful acts will happen. From the beginning Mr Higgins has cold, rather harsh attitude towards Eliza. The very first time he addressed her with : "silly girl", which is not showing only his pride, but also his regard towards women at all (as we see later in the play, when he says to his mother: Can't waste time with young women. They're idio... ... middle of paper ... ...e quite fond of her. His words are offending to because she thinks he is trying to manipulate her, so that she will continue being his maid.
From the start of the first page; George and Lennie are running from Weeds, California.They are running away, because a women thought that the simple minded Lennie was going to rape her; however in fact Lennie was only touching her dress, because he likes to touch soft things. George believes that women are cause off all his troubles, with their enticing sexuality. For George a Brothel ”FlopHouse” is enough is for him. He has no desire for a wife nor girlfriend. Curley’s wife is in a failed marriage, she often whines and tells everyone around that her husband is a brutish man; She also often says that she is bored with her life.
MacBeth can not handle a daughter that portrays such qualities like her mother as she would be an equal threat to him. Through the fear of a challenge, MacBeth crumbles. Along with her potential, Lady Macbeth has a bursting confidence that leaves her husband disturbed. When MacBeth forgets to leave the daggers at the scene of the murder and refuses to return them out of fear, his wife does so herself. She compares his actions to those of a child while using her preferred way of addressing her husband, by calling him a coward.
After all the fussing and yelling Katharina does to make Petruchio mad he goes to Baptista (Katharina's father) and asks for his daughter's hand in marriage. Baptista is shocked, but says yes. Katharina and Petruchio still become married although Katharina still does not like him. In the beginning their relationship was odd and it seemed that it was going to come to an end because Katharina was still a devilish person hitting, kicking, and telling Petruchio she hated him. Since Petruchio loved Katharina he decides he will stick and become a grouch so he can tame Katharina.
She refused to leave him alone and began to become angry and suspicious of his corruption when he would ask of his desire for schooling. In the governess's last attempt to consume the children for herself, she sends Ms. Grose away with the sickly Flora and keeps Miles with her at Bly. After her last vision of Quint and with Miles dilapidated in her ineludable arms, the governess frightens Miles so that he collapses and dies, by the governess's conniving will, and to her own bane. Although the governess seemed to have good intentions, her root of mind was self-serving and deceptive. Works Cited: James, Henry.
All the things that she says about women serving men is a lie, once again, the battle of the sexes that has been raging throughout the play comes into play. Katherina is tricking Petruchio into a sense of security and triumph, so that she can think about what she is going to do next, possibly take revenge on Petruchio for that he did to her. So does she love him? No, Katherina does not love Petruchio, she wants to be a free woman away from the orders of the Elizabethan world and she always will be. They may appear at the feast to be a happy couple, but underneath the surface of smiles there is the dark truth, that marriage in Shakespeare’s day was not happy at all but something that was just done.
Demetrius scorns Helena, calling her ugly so often that she believes it. Helena is also aware of Demetrius’s past romances and tendency to be unfaithful, she knows he is a bad person but still loves him. Helena, continuing her quest for Demetrius’s love, betrays her best friend, Hermia. Helena tells Demetrius of Hermia and Lysander’s plan to elope, and when Demetrius decides to chase the ...