When Rose said this to Ginny, Ginny could not remember properly if it really happened because it was a painful part of her life so she had bottled the memories away. However, she remembers soon and begins to hate her father. Her thoughts are reflected in her actions when she tries hard to feel annoyed by Larry 's actions, and when she stands up for herself when Larry starts cursing her out. If Ginny’s mother would have still been alive, then she would be there to protect her and teach her values of right and wrong. The inhumane actions of Larry would also not have occurred in the first place because he would not have been lonely; and therefore would not need to have sex with Ginny.
John lost trust with his wife because he committed a crime so cold; he committed adultery (he cheated on his wife with another woman) with his ex-servant girl, Abigail. Knowing this, it has caused a trust issue which created a conflict between Elizabeth and John Proctor. Even when she found out about it and he told her that the affair was over she still had not learned to trust him. "Proctor: Spare Me! You forgot nothin' and forgive nothin'.
In comparison to The Great Gatsby, in The Silent Wife, Todd had been unfaithful to his wife Jodi. While he was depressed he got involved with his best frie... ... middle of paper ... ...d suffered consequence as a result of his betrayal while Gatsby was being loyal to Daisy and was trying to protect her. Because of Gatsby’s refusal to give up on the love of his life, it ultimately led to his death, whereas Todd’s infidelity led to a trail of mistakes that resulted him in the same fate. Harrison’s thriller novel The Silent Wife, Todd had betrayed his wife and had hurt her to the point where she decided he was better of dead. Meanwhile, in Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, Gatsby’s loyalty prompted him to devote everything for a woman that never loved him the way he wanted her to.
However, John Proctor also speaks to Abigail to mention how their affair is mentioned and how their affair to him was at his moment of weakness when his wife, Elizabeth was ill. As it was a mistake Proctor mentions how Abigail should, “Wipe it out of mind.” This shows that he wants to forget it ever happened and that he also doesn’t want anybody to find out about this. From this it shows that John Proctor is not a good and as when his wife was ill and when he was at his weakest he committed a sin. If the people of Salem were to hear... ... middle of paper ... ...The repetition of the speech that ‘he will confess’ shows how it is shocking that Proctor would do something like that. To show he is a good man he admits to something that he didn’t do to save the lives of others.
Yunior thought he loved her but he really didn’t. When you love someone you feel like they complete you and you don’t want to hurt them. Yunior cheated on her with a girl named Cassandra. He knew the pain he caused her but he still managed to cheat on his next relationship. He thought it was ok to cheat but once his fiancée broke up with him he became into a disaster.
Chillingsworth was also hurt by Hester's act of adultery and because of her, his life was destroyed and the only thing he could do was seek revenge against the man who had been with her. Hester's child Pearl had to be raised by only one parent and that caused the child to be less disciplined and more outrageous making the townspeople more suspicious of who the child's father was. It also caused the religious leaders to wonder about the religious stability of the child, and if there might be witchcraft involved, "The little baggage have witchcraft in her"(p112). Hester also caused numerous a sleepless night for Dimmesdale. If Hester had just announced that Dimmesdale was the father he would have never have lived through all the guilt that she forced him into.
Although, he tries to better himself, Yunior’s awful treatment to women prohibit him from attaining a significant connection with them. His dishonesty erodes his strength, health, and his relationships with not only women, but his family and friends. Yunior realizes that his own heartbreak was his own fault due to betraying his fiance. His language of objectifying women only makes the reader see how disrespectful he is towards females. His words and actions towards his past lovers make him regretful and guilty for the hurt he put them though.
Similarly to my demeanor when I was younger, I let my anger consume me. This time, however, it would be directed at a different source. My already-fragile bond with my sister nearly capsized. She absolutely hated me for the spite-filled words I threw harshly at this boy of hers. She completely resented my involvement in her relationship.
Mr. Hale makes the comment, “-Well, women are used to worrying over trifles.” (pp. 945) At one point Mrs. Hale mentions that the Wright home never seemed to be a cheerful place. ... ... middle of paper ... ...t allow her freedom and friendships and may have payed for it with his life. Mrs. Peters and Mrs. Hale, knowing and understanding the desperation and alienation that this housewife felt, found the proof of a motive for the murder, despite the taunting and teasing from the men who were suppose to be the ones looking for the evidence. The false ideas that these men had towards all of the females ended up hurting them and keeping them from the truth.
They do not trust you because you have done sin that hurt them. John had affair between Abigail Williams, he cheated on his wife, and Elizabeth doesn’t really trust him even he have repent. “ELIZABETH, reasonably: John, have you ever shown her somewhat of contempt? She cannot pass you in the church but you will blush— PROCTOR: I may blush for my sin. ELIZABETH: I think she sees another meaning in that blush.