Innogen’s trust with her father is broken because Cymbeline does not approve of her actions, especially when she marries Posthumus. In contrast, Miranda in The Tempest, struggles to please her father, Prospero, because he trusts that she will obey. The difference between Innogen and Miranda illustrate the father’s
Constant harsh critiquing on anything is bad because people who do this don't see any other options. They don’t accept the opinions of others and they remain convinced in their own minds that only they are right. Eventually, these people dismiss others and hurt others, making those around them feel bad about themselves. Very often these people alienate those around them and they wind up alone and as miserable as they make others feel. The results of constant harsh criticism are serious and they affect people differently.
Ironically, however Robert is physically blind, it is the narrator who is the one who is bling to the world. The narrator is a troubled individual; from the discussion with his wife, it is uncovered that he doesn't have companions. Like Carver's life, the storyteller's utilization of alcohol is destroying his marriage with his wife; she rather discuses personal problems and converse with Robert and not her husband. The strong friendship between the narrator's wife and Robert aroused his insecurities and bias opinion. He is envious of the relationship between Robert and his wife; he feels like "she has told him everything or it so it seemed" about their marriage.
Elizabeth, his wife can tell that he is trying to please her, but she is still not sure of what John thinks of Abigail, and whether she still has a place in his heart. This topic is never raised between the two of them, but we can see that it is the main thing that they are both thinking. John Proctor, we can tell is very guilty about being unfaithful to his wife. He is very upset by the fact that Elizabeth doesn't trust him, and is doing everything in his power to try and gain her trust and make her happy. He wants his wife to know that he is ashamed of what he has done He doesn't feel like a very good husband and regrets what he has done.
After a long time of suffering, the narrator finally gains a true understanding of his wrongdoings. The protagonist is filled with regret with the way he treats women and the fact that his cheating ways gets him nowhere. He confesses the truth that his ex “ did the right thing” by leaving him (14). Yunior starts to register that he is unable to ever get over his ex fiance and he regrets cheating on her. He is saying that he does not deserve her because all that he ever gave her were lies and deceit.
It leads him to not know how to love or how to act when he was in a relationship. It leads him to be in bad relationship just like his parents. He was starting to repeat the same environment that his mother and father created for him. He could not tell his girlfriends that he loved them even thought he knew that he did. When he was having an argument with Theresa he admitted he was afraid of intimacy.
Hindley became such a drunken gambler that he couldn’t connect with or care for his son, leaving that care eventually to Heathcliff, who also had a son. Linton and Heathcliff’s relationship was in such ruin that Heathcliff’s only interest in his son was to fulfill his desire of revenge against the Linton and Earnshaw families. Linton proves his father’s oppression when saying, “…my father threatened me, and I dread him! I dread him!” The detachment and enmity expressed in this novel show that callous parents may instigate severe damage in the relationships they share with their children. This psychological damage can then ultimately carry on for the duration of each child’s life.
Just because some people feel like they are miserable, they try everything in their power to make the other individual miserable as well. Enemies come in different colors, shapes, and forms, making it difficult for you to pick out who the ones that is worth trusting. The author uses Characterization, conflict, and themes to tell about the deceitful ways a person has, and all the harm it causes to people to be betrayed and lied to. Pain, misery, and untruthfulness are a keen description of Iago. Iago causes pain in a lot of the characters life because he is unhappy about his life; Therefore, Iago is the main problem in everyone’s life.
He feels betrayed because his daughters who claimed they “loved” him the most went against his orders. It is like as if Lear views himself weak and not powerful anymore. In Act I, Lear commands his daughters to promote their love for him but in respect for her father Cordelia refuses to. Since Cordelia did not obey his orders Lear throws her out. He becomes furious because to him he feels as if his daughter has no love for him.
At times, Willy speaks aloud to his brother and even when re-living moments with Biff. Biff and Willy are obviously harboring ill feelings towards one another, but neither are willing to bring the reason into light. In Act II we discover Biff had discovered his father was having an extra-marital affair. Biff, already distraught over not graduating, was crushed. He idolized his father and could not believe he would do this to his mother.