Using the words ‘as if’ are key, because that is where he won’t admit that she would leave without telling him and he is protecting himself from having to outright call her indifferent. He doesn’t want to accept that she could be indifferent to her life because that would mean accepting that she was indifferent to him. The poem never directly mentions her dying, and death is only inferred through such word choices as ‘up and be gone’, ‘wing’, and ‘swallow’ all pointing toward a heavenly departure instead of a physical one. To him this leaving would be the same as her finally ending their marriage and leaving him forever. ‘You would close your term’ leaving in a way that to him feels almost purposeful.
Also, we see in the story how the narrator feels to this lack of empathy coming from her own husband. In page 649 she says, “John does not know how much I really suffer. He knows there is no reason to suffer, and that satisfies him.” John’s lack of empathy does not let him analyze and access what is going on in the mind of her wife. Instead, the narrator is suffering while John is walking around with the idea that there is no reason for her to suffer. Lastly, the narrator shares how she feels to the idea of wanting to tell John about the haunting wallpaper when she says, “I had no intention of telling him it was because of the wall-paper- he would make fun of me.
The husband is perplexed in the short story “The Disappearance” by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, as he does not see how his past actions would cause his wife to be unhappy in her life with him (there are no names associated to the characters in this story). The husband is the protagonist of the story. The story is not clear on the reasons for the wife leaving not only the husband, but also her son. The reason for this is the author utilizes a third-person narration that focus on the protagonist husbands prospective. However, as the story continues the writing exposes that the wife left the protagonist husband for the reasons that he reveals of being boring, thoughtless, demanding, and all about himself, as the author establishes with the protagonist-focused, third-person narrative.
The only time the reader hears Job’s wife all she says in Job 2:9 “Are you still trying to maintain your integrity? Curse God and die.” In her point of view, she felt that Job had not done something bad, to deserve thi... ... middle of paper ... ...and that, he could not discredit Gods justice. People have always tried to explain how God’s justice works, but at the end they cannot since is beyond their capabilities. While Job’s friend assumed that, all his suffering was because of sin they fail to answer Jobs ultimate question “why are all this things happening to me and what have I done to deserve this.” It did not matter how much Satan tried at the end he fail to prove his point. No one, but God had the answers that Job wanted to hear.
Isabella did not really know Heathcliff when she married him, but after she had married him she saw that Heathcliff was not a gentleman at all. To declare her feelings she wrote " Is Heathcliff a man? If so, is he mad? And if not, is he a devil? I shan't tell my reasons for making this inquiry; but I beseech you to explain, if you can, what I have married ..."(125).
Although Shylock tells his wife the events which transpired, seeing that his wife was already in a fragile state of shock, he refrains from mentioning the harsh details of their threats, as it says “he said nothing to Leah of the c... ... middle of paper ... ...esses the fact that he recognizes that not all Christians are inherently evil as he says “good gentiles live”. As well, he obviously had the generosity to lend Bassanio money in the first place, despite the apparent risk of nonpayment which proves that he could not have hated them. Shylock even states that he has no real intentions of enforcing his bond. It is only because of the way Antonio persecutes him both verbally and physically, which evokes past memories of Christians abuse, that his tolerance is pushed to the limit so that he is forced to act the way he does. Shylock is generally a kind, caring, and sensitive person as seen through his relationship with his wife.
So, after Audrey returns to home, Maynard tells Audrey about what she did and eventually, Audrey forgives her. However, to me, there is no need that parents should have their adult sons’ or daughters' e-mail passwords though they may want to protect their children for making sure that they are fine. At first, what makes me wondering is that Maynard has the Audrey's e-mail password. In the essay, Maynard does not mention the reason of how she got the password. And, actually, Maynard has not used it until she cannot contact with Audrey.
When Angela Vicario loses her virginity before getting married she causes much dishonor upon herself and her family. The value of honor is significantly valued in this novel, and having no honor causes a person to become an outcast in society. The virginity of Angela Vicario plays a significant role in the Vicario family’s honor. The narrator begins the novel by introducing the reader that a murder of Santiago Nasar is going to take place, “On the day they were going to kill him,” is the opening sentence (Márquez 3). Santiago Nasar is a slim and pale individual with Arab eyes and curly hair.
I wanted to make it a mystery and grab the audience’s attention. I wanted to do a freestyle poem because as I did not want the type of poem I was writing rhyme. I felt like I did not have to rhyme to catch the reader or audience’s attention. My poem tells a story about how a marriage went wrong. It was difficult to come up with a title, but as I kept reading my poem aloud, t... ... middle of paper ... ...e. I learned that an art form like poetry could play a big role in humanities.
He emphasizes the fact that she is poor and that nobody else will want to marry her because of it, when actually he has said previously that he will be "uniformly silent" about how much money she will inherit. Mr Collins reminds her that he is "to inherit her estate after the death of her honourable father." He tries to make what he is saying ... ... middle of paper ... ...ter, resulting in the acceptance from Elizabeth. Austen uses irony throughout the novel but it is very clearly noticeable during Mr Collins' proposal to Elizabeth. Austen satirizes Mr Collins during the novel, and informs the reader of his character prior to the proposal to let the reader appreciate his language and actions.