Something to work for, or else life becomes boring as Daisy points out many times in the novel. When both men she loves are threatening each other and fighting for her fondness she’s realized what she’s done wrong. She’s fallen into the same trap as Myrtle, being stuck between two men, but she still has feelings for Tom.“I saw them in Santa Barbara when they came back and I thought I’d never seen a girl so mad about her husband. If he left the room for a minute she’d look around uneasily and say ‘Where’s Tom gone?’” (Fitzgerald 83). Gatsby tries to convince Daisy that she loves him and only him, yet Daisy actually loves them both.
Men were often the ones given the privilege of choosing a spouse. Many times women were forced to marry men that they barely knew, and did not love. Through allowing the women in her lais to escape from their husbands and be with men who they have power over, Marie de France elevates women up onto pedestals. She glorifies their characteristics and allows them to be worshiped by men. Within such a relationship, the time that a man spends separated from his love leads to nothing but heartache.
(Castle Learning). Women have little power to exercise their free will; hence, they are forced to use their sexuality to fulfill their desires. One of the stories in The Canterbury Tales demonstrates the suspicion of a husband toward his wife. "The carpenter had married a new wife, Not long before, and loved her more than life, She is a girl eighteen years of age, Jealous he is and kept her in the cage". (89) The husband, a carpenter is always afraid that his beautiful and young wife would cheat on him and he will be cuckolded, so he domineers over her.
His discussion of sex in this “disgusting'; manner is more obvious and prevalent in his early work, while he still had many female acquaintances and before he was settled down with his wife. Donne eloped with his underage lover Anne More which in itself was a scandalous event. Her father, Sir George More, objected to their marriage. Her father was so irritated he had John thrown in jail for marrying a minor without parental consent. Though the couple went through many hardships they loved each other very deeply (Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia).
Also, back in that time period stockings were expensive, so it is shameful that he buys a random woman a pair than his wife that he “loves”. The guilt is eating him alive and can’t deal with it anymore. Not only does he betray his wife but also his son Biff. Biff idolized his father as a child, but when he caught his father with the woman, he finally saw the truth about his hero. In this play, Biff yells “you fake!
As he carries them on and has success they all got wrap up in the money lie forgetting the single most important factor which is love. This story begins with a statement with the author pointing out to the mother has it first fault " There was a woman who was beautiful, who started with all the advantages, yet she had no luck. She married for love, and the love turned to dust. She had bonny children, yet she felt they had been thrust upon her, and she could not love them . .
Love’s Destruction in “Wuthering Heights” In the novel “Wuthering Heights”, by Emily Bronte, Catherine and Heathcliff’s passion for one another is the center of the story. Catherine appears to struggle with her choices in love displaying immaturity in how she sees the love between herself and Heathcliff. Heathcliff’s love for Catherine is more of a true love, however, “true love” soon turns into an obsession that leads him to madness and, eventually, his death. Catherine actually detested Heathcliff when they were younger. At their first meeting she sees a scummy, gross and poor little child but as Mr. Earnshaw, Catherine's father, integrates Heathcliff into the family Catherine comes to like Heathcliff and starts to spend a lot of time with him and they eventually become inseparable.
Almost the same thing happened in the book Found. The young girl fell in love with a boy who was unpleasant around her and she wasn’t even in a relationship with him. Later when the relationship actually became announced he kept acting violently towards her. Later she found herself alone because of all the abuse. Sometimes when it feels like love when someone is just messing you, it could be a ‘heads-up’ for a hint that they might be abusive.
So, due to all of the unfortunate events that took place with the people she loved the most in her life, Ophelia gradually becomes mad, and in the end passes away. Ophelia’s and Hamlet’s love for each other in the beginning was very real. Following the death of his father Hamlet falls in love with her, and is much attracted by her beauty. It is not uncertain, however, that Ophelia is very much controlled by her father. She is the daughter of Polonius, the chief advisor to the new King Claudius, and a highly respected man.
Thus far we assume that he likes her, but we never actually hear him say it. The reasons, which he gave Biddy, are his desires, his own infatuation, or a “false love”. Pip has no real ground to like, let alone love Estella since he hardly knows her at all. All Pip knows is a young girl, which was taught to break men’s hearts. Estella is Miss Havisham’s mini me of her self, a heartbroken women who has ... ... middle of paper ... ...is by wishing her the best and wanting the best for her.