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.
(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.
The grandmother also known as Tha’mma has a terrible past and wants to reunite her family. As one English and One Bengali family join they face war and violence together. The narrator has passionate feelings toward Ila and becomes sexual attracted to her. He never states his feelings because he is afraid of losing her. However, one night he watches her as she changes clothes and tries to rape her.
Blanche has never come to terms with the guilt that she feels over his death as well as the rejection she had felt by his choice of a male partner. She had been a genteel southern woman who tried to marry well and planed to live her life in comfort. The reality for Blanche comes when she is forced to have to work and finds her beauty diminishing. She becomes desperate as she has lost her position as a school teacher due to her having sexual relations with a student. Blanche has crossed boundaries that have led her to feel more guilt and desperation.
Astell points out that the marriages with money but no love led to the horrific life of a depressed wife and a life of lust for the husband with other woman. William Congreve shows an audience in 1700 during the premier of the play The Way of the World that a poor marriage leads to unfaithful lust outside of the marriage and those strict rules when inheritance and society are concerned led women to marry men they otherwise would not. Also, marriages stay together when they should be separated or never married at all. Astell's ideas are also portrayed in Samuel Pepys's Diary. Pepys constantly cheats on his wife.
Disappointment is someone being sad or mad about something they have done or failed to do. Disappointment can be caused by other people’s actions. In the book “Of Mice And Men” by John Steinbeck, the characters of Crooks, Candy, and Curly’s wife all suffer from disappointment of life. Crooks suffer from disappointment from how nobody wants to play or talk to him just because he is black. Also Curly’s Wife suffers because women don’t have that much of rights so she gets treated badly.
Hester also becomes a cautionary tale for women, the "A" she wears is a visible reminder of what she has done. They are both filled with shame and what nothing more than to be once again accepted within their society, however, they are shunned while, their male counterparts are unscathed. Charlotte Temple's gallant Montraville, comes into the novel and alters Charlotte's world. He first takes the role of philanderer, in which he seduces the young girl, assuring her that he will take care of her and he will never leave her. However, he grows bored with her and after flying her from England to America, he l... ... middle of paper ... ....
In addition, her life is fraught with desire which she is unable to control. Although she feels that her sexuality should be covered, she is driven by it resulting in her provoking and seducing men which finally leads to her destruction. Initially, I would like to deal with the loss of her husband which has had a large impact on all her subsequent relationships. She was married to a young man Allan Grey whom she was deeply in love with. However, after s... ... middle of paper ... ... „I called him a little boy and laughed and flirted.
“…she is a comfort of calamity…she is her husbands down bed…a saint in her heart…” Shakespeare in the Taming of the Shrew uses the idea of good and bad wife with Kate and Bianca. Kate seems to be the opposite of a perfect wife, “To cart her rather! She’s too rough for me” Gremio speaking to Baptista unfairly about Kate saying that she acts no better than a prostitute, Bianca, Shakespeare develops as being the perfect wife. “Sir to your pleasure…” Bianca is seen as the perfect. She in act one is seemingly attentive and polite playing the part of a good Elizabethan women, she wants the good things in life however may later on we see she may not be so keen to give back to her husband.
His wife would flirt with the other guys like Slim and Lennie because she was extremely lonely. Curley?s wife hated her husband, and was never given any attention by him. Being lonely is not a good thing and I think that is a lesson Mr.