“Frailty, thy name is woman” (l.2.148) generalizing that all women are frail and incapable to withstand temptation. His bitterness has lead him to believe that all women are dishonest and untrustworthy because his mother easily moved on from the husband she so thought to have loved and worse married his brother a month after his death. Hamlet starts to torment his mother by telling her that she is sleeping with her husband’s killer. “But you live in the rank sweat of an enseamed bed, stewed in corruption and making love over that nasty sty” (3.4.100) trying to make her realize the wrong that she has done, being easy to fall in love with another man because she required comfort. To Hamlet his mother is weak, surrendering to lust, changing Hamlets view and sparking his hate for women, seeing how they are not loyal.
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.
I bet you wouldn’t last a minute…” Those two can go at it forever. “And where were you two at the other day?” Tia questioned me as I sat down. Her eyes were wide; glistening with interest. A smirk spread across her face. “We got lost, ended up being an hour late to the haunted house, I watched him scream, ... ... middle of paper ... ...ould take Tre’s advice and go seek professional help.” “Girls have dated men way worse than him, yet you’re saying you need professional help?” “Only insane people can like other insane people.” “Is liking him really that bad?” she laughed, stopping at a traffic light.
The wife is very proud of her achievements at controlling her husbands and goes into great detail about how she makes up stories about her husbands getting drunk and insulting her. "Thou comest hoom as dronken as a mous, and prechest on thy bench, with ivel preef!" she also says they insult marriage to women in general, saying you cant marry a poor woman "To wedde a povre womman, for costage" and you cant marry rich women "And if that she be riche, of heigh parage, thane seistow that it it a tormentrie to soffre hire pride and hire malencolie." The wife also says that her husbands use petty arguments against her "Thow seist that dropping houses, and eek smoke, and chiding wives maken men to flee.
Hamlet basically tells his mom (Queen Gertrude) to shut up and sit down, and Laertes tells Ophelia that he holds the key to her mind. Since Hamlet is notoriously the worst to the female sex, we will start with the assault on his character. Hamlet said "Frailty, thy name is woman,“ thus Hamlet believes his men are the epitome of stability and strength, right? Not really, but Hamlet's attitude toward women is definitely sexist and biased, and his hate seems to emanate from his revulsion at his mother's marriage to Claudius, which he considers “unfaithfulness” to his dead father. His attitude is totally unjustified.
The reader only sees the hard side of Curley and Tom, which makes them perfect illustrations of flat characters. In this way, Curley and Tom both exemplify possessive, controlling and jealous husbands who do not respect their wives. Curley is overprotective of his wife. He is worried about his wife because she has only been, “married two weeks and got the eye” (Steinbeck 28). This helps explain why Curley does not want his wife to have conversations with the other men; she has not been married long and she is already looking at them.
His wife’s name is Mariam, but he wants a divorce with Mariam because he loves another woman. Bruno Anthony is the other stranger, slightly psychotic, hating his father and wanting to kill him. The movie runs for 1 hour and 45 minutes. Now, in this paper, I will try to analyze Hitchcock’s filming techniques, setting, suspense, camera shots, character plot and theme on this movie. In Strangers on a Train, I think Guy is guilty because he wanted Miriam dead.
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!
He even flaunts her with expensive shirts, which she cries about because she has never seen such expensive attire. “Their such beautiful shirts”, she sobbed, her voice muffled in the thick fold. “It makes me sad because I've never seen such---such beautiful shirts before.” (Fitzgerald 92). Gatsby would do anything for Daisy just to get her back and love her, even buy her an outrageous beautiful ring. He is even willing to take the blame for Myrtle's death, instead of identifying Daisy as the driver.
Through the novel we see the gender norms change and Jane is seen as the man and Mr. Rochester as the woman when Jane decided to help Mr. Rochester when he fell of his horse. Mr. Rochester never acted as the master to Jane he would order her around but after every sentence he would say " if you please " which inferred that he was no ordinary master. Jane falls in love with Mr. Rochester, but she knows he would never love her because they are not in the same social class. Once Mr. Rochester brings some of his friends over Jane starts to get jealous of a woman named Blanche because she is prettier than her and she is in the same social class as Mr. Rochester. Blanche likes Mr. Rochester 's and she wants to marry him; at first Mr. Rochester plays along with her, but he soon discovers she is a gold digger and she only loves him for his money.