In fact she never called her husband George unless she was trying to manipulate him in some way. Tesman is so blind to Hedda’s manipulative nature that he responded with joy, “Hedda- Oh, is this true?- What you’re saying?… I never noticed that you loved me in this way before”(1458). This disgusted Hedda because she was not truthfully trying to please Tesman and his reaction was one of excitement. With Hedda’s cold manipulati... ... middle of paper ... ...on to her problems. Hedda’s relationship with all three men ultimately created a life she was unhappy with thus leading her closer to her death.
';(41) Since she was used to getting everything that she wanted, she became haughty and had no respect for other people’s feelings. '; “Why canst thou not always be a good lass, Cathy? '; And she turned her face up to his, and laughed, and answered, “Why cannot you always be a good man, Father? '; (47) Even on his deathbed, Catherine chose to vex her father instead of comforting him. Catherine’s faults, which can be attributed to her rich upbringing, do not endear her to readers.
But with all that he was an asshole and his attitude towards people and life were horrible. He didn’t treat people with respect, such as his girlfriend who eventually he pushed away with his awful personality. After his accident all what he thought he had was gone and was left with misery and depression, he soon realized that being a rude wont get you anywhere in life. By Lou treating him as a normal person he respected her and soon loved her. His greed got the best of him and it eventually came to back to bite him in the bum.
This would be the awakening that opens her eyes, that makes her feel as if she has control over herself. Carley Rees Bogard says that, “Her first effort to assert herself, her first act of rebellion is to refuse to make love to her husband for whom she has never felt a desire”. Although, “too much emphasis has been placed on her sexual experience and not enough attention has been paid to her other efforts to become a person in her own right…” (Bogard). Edna starts to show that she believes t... ... middle of paper ... ...uties. Edna cries nightly because of how depressed she is in her life, “She could not have told why she was crying.
Jody abused Janie both emotionally and physically, and belittled her to nothing more than a trophy wife. But Janie never left him. This time Janie stayed in the abusive marriage until he died, because Janie did not then know how to the tools capable of making her a sovereign person. She once again chose caution over nature, because caution was the safest option. And overtime she became less and less Janie, and less and less of her sovereign self, and eventually, “the years took all the fight out of Janie’s face.
I really liked Alyssa throughout Unhinged. Although I didn't love her wavering between the love interests (or some of her de... ... middle of paper ... ...she had a great guy she could trust. It didn’t even feel like the usual choice between a safe guy with no chemistry and the bad boy she’s so attracted to, because it’s perfectly clear Alyssa and Jeb do have chemistry! I thought long and hard about whether to give Unhinged a three or four. Despite my (quite serious) issues with Morpheus and the love triangle, I really enjoyed the plot, I found Unhinged immensely readable and I liked both Alyssa and Jeb, so for me, it’s just about a four.
Dimmesdale was miserable because he had to live with this guilt of feeling awful for letting Hester take all of the blame for seven years. He was jealous that she had the strength to cope with her sin responsibly and was able to withstand it. Hester had the power to not let that one circumstance control her entire life as it did Dimmesdale, and that alone killed him. Hester also had something in life to keep her going and be her motivation, as stated earlier, and that was Pearl. Again, Dimmesdale had nothing to fight for in his life, all he had was his guilt.
“None of the young men were quite good enough for Miss Emily and such. We had long thought of them as a tableau.” As most little girl’s do, Miss Emily idolized her father, and held him in high regard, even though he was a strong and forbidding man, who did not allow her to experience life. Miss Emily’s father “robbed” her of her ... ... middle of paper ... ...ad ever come to her, including her self-esteem, and the ability to conform to her father’s and society’s wishes. She isolated herself so that she could be who she was. Miss Emily Grierson isolated herself from a society that would not accept her for who she was.
Every good and bad thing that occurred in the tale did because of the act of women. It was the deceitfulness of women that caused King Shahrayar to lose all his trust for women, and vowed to have nothing to do with them for more than a night. However, it was that same deceitfulness that changed his viewed of women and has him see that all hope is not lost; there are some that are still loyal and honest. This quote is an important piece in the story because it changed the way King Shahrayar and his brother viewed women. It was the moment that they both realize that all women are disloyal, crafty, and deceitful and therefore can never be trusted.
The loneliness fueled her abundance of sexual encounters. Her rendezvous just added to her problems and dirtied her rep... ... middle of paper ... ... ignorance; and this was the undeniable tragedy that caused her downfall in the end. Stanley was angry when Blanche told Stella that she did not like him, but he never gave her a chance. Stanley despised her from the beginning. Neither Stanley nor Mitch was intelligent enough to comprehend that not everything is black and white.