She wants more than her sister and will do anything to attain her goal. Her ambition to get what she wants is evident in the words that she speaks. She claims herself to be "an enemy to all other joys" but she is really the enemy to her father. The next person King Lear calls to speak is his soft-spoken daughter, Cordelia. Lear does not have much respect for her because she does not flatter him and put him on the pedestal that he feels that he should be put on.
Miranda thinks she is in love with Dev but in reality she is not because she doesn 't know him as a person at all. She soon realize this after the child tell her the meaning of Sexy. It because of her innocent and lack of knowledge of good relationship with people. She finally lets go of the romance when she knew that it would not change at all because he is a marry man. The main character seem to not be in love with Mala even though they have meet several of times before, It just like how Miranda does not know Dev in any way and is in love with him.
It hurt Othello in the end... ... middle of paper ... ...they are all the time. Some people will tell people a lot of things that may sound right but is not right and cloud their judgment and make a mockery out of them. You will never know what a person’s agenda is because everyone’s intentions are not always positive of good. Some people were born to be a trouble maker and bring pain, misery and hell to people’s lives. That’s why they say never believe everything you hear.
He had ruined for a while every hope of happiness for the most affectionate, generous heart in the world; and no one could say how lasting an evil he might have inflicted” (159). Mr. Darcy, on the other hand, knows the truth, but his pride shields him from correcting Elizabeth. Both Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy are overwhelmed with their inner flaws, that they blind themselves and cause tension. The pain they inflict upon one another, and the refusal to change their beliefs about others rebounds, affecting the entire Bennet family. Once Elizabeth rejects her immediate desire to initially judge others, and Mr. Darcy resists the shield of his own pride, can they settle the feud and heartache Mr. Wickham has
Beauty was telling to all her admirers that she did not want to get marry because she want to spend more with her father, she love him and her father also loves her. This is a difference between because in my adaptation Bonita does not even a relationship with her father. He does not care too much about her, especially when he decided to marry her with Leo even though he know that she did not want to. When Beauty decided to go with the Beast it was because she really wanted to do it to save her father
While Hester is going through a hard time in her life, where she could not feel compassion for anyone who she once loved deeply, she is not able to deceive Paul as he suspects that there is something the matter with her. “Everybody else said of her: ‘She is such a good mother. She adores her children.’ Only she herself, and her children themselves, knew it was not so. They read it in each other 's eyes”(Lawrence 379). Although Hester is able to fool her peers, Paul knows that she does not have the emotional connection with him that others seem to see.
Criseyde is not a truthful lover and she is to blame alone as we all know Troilus love for her was very strong. Her love for him was nothing but a lie. Come to think of it this kind of love cannot possibly exist. In reality she was not in love with him as she was forced to draw into him by her Uncle Pandarus, who desires her to comfort Troilus’ sadness without any concern of her own. Basically she is only doing it for her uncle because he is also Troilus’ best friend and he cannot see Troilus upset and depressed.
Daisy is perhaps the most enlightened of the female characters because she realizes that the top of the ladder for her and her daughter are to be trophies. Her aspirations seem limited to just having a good time. Her social status was a hindrance to Gatsby 's marriage to her. Gatsby knew that she would never marry him based on love, because he was poor. Daisy wouldn 't find it hard to deny him because it 's a simple as Gatsby puts it, “he had no real right to touch her hand “.
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. Jane’s husband would never let her go out so she created a story with the character she sees in the ripped wallpaper. Women are so sensitive, and use that characteristic to get her in favor. Women today are as smart and sensitive as they were at that time, but now she has more confidence and disagrees with what is not right. In opposite, in the story she agrees that her husband is right when her husband took her in his arms and called her a blessed little goose (Gilman
Cordelia thought to herself, “What shall Cordelia speak? Love, and be silent” (11). As the favorite daughter of King Lear, Cordelia also offers his father the most pure and wholehearted devotion. However, her reticent nature prevented Cordelia from speaking her feelings aloud. Her love for her father is simply too great to describe in words, unlike the sheer flattery her two elder sisters spouted.