Similarly, her infatuation with Desdemona whom she thoroughly trusts heightens the notion that Emilia remains dependent on others. Prior to Emilia's death at the conclusion of this play, Emilia is forced to choose who she truly trusts between the two characters that she has complete faith in. After much introspection Emilia realizes that her husband has been manipulating everyone. At first Emilia tries to prove Iago's innocence and begs for an explanation. Similarly she hates Othello for "laying murders on [Iago's] neck", but as events transpire Emilia realizes that Othello's claims of Desdemona's alleged infidelity all stemmed from Iago.
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.
Estella also gets married to a man that loves her, Bently Drummle, but does not return his love, and chooses to marry for profits only. Love plays a large part in this story, binding some of the characters together, and ruining other’s relationships. When Pip was very young, he was confused at what love should really be. It is no surprise that Pip has a very odd point of view about women at this point in the story. He’s met so many harsh women, he must think at his young age, that most women are like that.
“The Storm” by Kate Chopin illustrates an affair between old lovers, Calixta and Alcée. “For my Lover, Returning to His Wife” by Anne Sexton, the narrator describes that the man she is having an affair with will never leave his wife for her. “Adultery” by James Dickey proves that at times an affair is nothing more than just an affair. Throughout all three texts, you begin to read the different attitudes towards sexual and marital fidelity and the different reactions the individuals have to their affairs. Although, infidelity is viewed as a terrible thing, some people have reasons for the actions.
However, he grows bored with her and after flying her from England to America, he l... ... middle of paper ... .... In The Scarlet Letter, Dimmsdale finally confesses at the end, but people still hold him in high regard. They look at him as a saintly member or society, even though he idly sat by and watched while Hester was ridiculed and shunned. These men have not only sullied the lives of Charlotte and Hester, they have also affected the lives of their daughters. Both Lucy and Pearl grow up not knowing their fathers.
Hamlet and Gertrude’s Relationship Hamlet’s relationship with his mother Gertrude is one of mostly rage, hatred, and possibly jealousy that could have been from loving her in a romantic sense. Hamlet finds out that Gertrude marries his father’s brother soon after his father’s death and goes in a fury. He yells at her and he calls her an incestuous beast. Whether or not this is from hatred for Claudius, Gertrude, or even out of jealousy are all cases that can be very well argued. The fluctuating emotions that Hamlet shows throughout is what makes the play so easy to relate to as a human and also what makes the possibility of there being multiple interpretations on how he really feels.
There are so many outcomes because of the secret love bond between Gatsby and Daisy, it makes the story interesting and may even be the reason that she had fallen for him; humans are drawn to dangerous situations and we crave for me. But what Gatsby had done and what Daisy’s response to that action was, should be frowned upon and they should feel shame. Gatsby had one love of his life, it was early on too so he had time to think and expand on the thought of love. Daisy had stolen his heart when he was just becoming an adult, which is enough to make a man do anything for that women. Gatsby and Daisy were going to elope but because of World War I, Gatsby had left her for so long that he had lost her to someone else.
After this Proctor tried his very best to forget all that had happened, and became a better husband. This crucial mistake is what sparked, Abigail and despised her, and in which she ended up accusing her. In order to prove his wife’s innocence, John realized he would have to confess to his crime. Though he does not come out and say he had an affair, he gives indications of it. “I have known her sir, I have known her” (49), he says as he shows everyone the unfaithful man beneath his great image.
He resented Edgar for marrying Catherine, as he felt that if he hadn’t been degraded by Hindley he would have been able to marry her. Nelly claims that Heathcliff “[seemed] to hate,” Edgar even as a child and considered him, “as a rival.” (58). His eventual wish to seek revenge was a progression of their childhood rivalry that was only heightened by Edgar’s marriage to Catherine. Heathcliff began to take revenge on Edgar as soon as he returned to Wuthering Heights. He regularly visited Catherine, despite how much this bothered Edgar, as Nelly describes he, “grew pale with pure annoyance,” at Heathcliff’s mere presence (96).
He presented himself as Miss Amelia’s distant cousin. He was a deformed hunchback, but this did not stop Amelia from falling in love with him. This love changed her, it softened her manish exterior and she felt like a woman again. She catered to his every need, gave him everything... ... middle of paper ... ...e has done for him since he came into town with nothing, and proceeds to, with Marvin Macy’s help, leave her broken and even tries to kill her by poisoning her. Together Macy and Lymon proceed to destroy the café and take everything, Miss Amelia’s money and all of her belongings.