Willy's Betrayal and infidelity to Linda with the woman ======================================================= Willy's mistress is an example of his immorality and dishonesty. He cheats on Linda, his supportive wife, with a secretary, so that he has a contact with the buyers in Boston. New stockings are important for both Willy's pride in being financially successful and therefore able to provide for his family and for Willy's ability to ease his guilt about, his betrayal of Linda and Biff. The Woman's stockings become a symbol of betrayal and sexual infidelity, and the reoccurring image of stockings is used to create dramatic effect. Willy, feeling guilty about betraying Linda, gets anxious and upset any time he sees her mending her silk stockings.
The existence of this woman (and perhaps others like her) is one factor contributing to the financial strain of the Loman family. Biff understands this instantly, and he also understands the depth of Willy 's betrayal of Linda—and the family as a whole.” During this part of the play, Willy has a flashback about the time he had an affair and his son caught him. One thing that Biff notices right away are the stockings that Willy gives the woman. While Linda has to mend her stockings, this lady gets lavish gifts and stockings. 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”.
In the book, Scarlet Letter, not only were Dimmesdale and Hester emotionally broken, but Hester’s husband as well. In chapter 3 “The Recognition”, Hester’s husband who called himself Roger Chillingworth, finally made it to the puritan town of Boston, after supposedly pronounced lost at sea while traveling to America. When he arrived to town, he was in shock to realized that his wife already had a baby with someone else and was publicly punished for adultery. This was the beginning of what made Roger Chillingworth the real evil character in the story, because it emotionally changed him into someone who was fill with anger and revenge. Throughout the story, Roger Chillingworth wanted to seek out revenge to whoever Hester’s child father and lover was.
The Merchant Of Venice by William Shakespeare In Act 4 scene 1 Shylock has brought Antonio to court to receive payment of his bond. Antonio’s ships have sunk and been raided by pirates and his wealth along with it. In Antonio’s bond with Shylock it was agreed that if the bond couldn’t be paid, then a pound of Antonio’s flesh was to be forfeit. Shylock is angry about many misfortunes in his life, which include the loss of his daughter to a Christian, this is a real embarrassment and a painful experience because of strong racial prejudice and hatred between the religious groups at the time. Also for losing his daughter, Shylock is enraged as he loved her very much and whilst leaving, Jessica (Shylocks daughter) stole many precious jewels and money from Shylock somewhat ‘ delving the knife further into the wound’ as such.
He is in agony over the betrayal and loss. While Shahzaman is at Shahrayar's palace he mistakenly discovers that his brother's wife is having immoral sexual relationships with a slave man. Although curiosity did not play a part in Shahzaman's discovery of the two women's infidelity, Shahrayar's curiosity drove him to discover his wife's betrayal and to endure the great suffering caused by it. When Shahzaman refused to tell his brother about what he had seen his wife doing, Shahrayar insisted that he tell him: Shahzaman replied, "King, I wish that for God's sake you wou... ... middle of paper ... ...merchant's story he is overwhelmed with curiosity and swears that he will stay with him to see what happens with him and the demon. They were motivated more by their curiosity than their fear of the demon.
For instance, Odysseus develops two relationships outside of his marriage – one of which was a goddess. Penelope remains loyal to her heroic husband, and even avoids suitors by unraveling the shroud she weaves for Odysseus during the day. The handmaidens that assist circumspect Penelope act as reminders to her consistent virtue and loyalty to her husband as they outline what not to do. The handmaidens are untruthful to Penelope and report her actions to the suitors, engage in festivities with the suitors, and do not stand by her side when she needs them. Penelope undergoes the struggles because she knows that her Odysseus will return to her, and he is a man worth waiting on.
Sir Gawain and Madame Ragnelle is a short story containing different archetypal characters. From the start of the story it already gave an overview of the main problem. Unfortunately, there will be another problem that will arise upon knowing that King Arthur and Sir Gawain were tricked by a Lady Modren, who made up a story about his husband and let King Arthur and Sir Gawain fall for a trap. Later on, they will go on a quest searching for the answer to the riddle given by the Black Knight. Sir Gawain and Madame Ragnelle is filled with different requisites that can be used for further analysis of the story.
Jig asks her lover if he will worry about the procedure, and he responds by saying he considers the treatment simplistic. In response Jig states, “Then I’ll do it. Because I don’t care about me.” This statement further asserts that Jig is just looking to appease her male counterpart and put her own feelings aside in order to remain with her lover. Jig doesn’t want to lose her current relationship, and in order to do this, she is attempting to withhold her true emotions and avoid seeming hysterical. Additionally, Jig is continually pressured to not worry by her overbearing lover, because all their problems will be solved after the operation.
She decides what she wants to do, and does not want to be interfered with by her husband. One of the reasons for this could be that a man is more understanding now, and wants to give his woman equal chance. They don 't feel ashamed if their wives earn more than them or have higher a position in a company. In the story Jane feels she is sick, but because her husband tells her she is fine and only need to rest she agrees with him. Since in the story she clearly says that she disagrees with her husband’s ideas and her brother’s ideas, she has to keep everything to herself.
He anxiously awaits the day when he can call Antigone his wife, but because she defies King Creon, she deprives him of that opportunity. At first, Haemon tries to be loyal to his father. He tells Creon that he supports his decision to execute Antigone. However, as the conversation continues, he reveals that the community members are starting to renounce Creon’s decision. As the pain of potentially losing his fiancé becomes too much, he also renounces his father’s decision, arguing that the Gods would not condone it.