The author leads the reader to the understanding that one misfortune (Emily’s father controlling her private life) supported by another big one (Homer leaving Emily alone) may lead to “irreparable damage” to the morality of a person.
The author of the story makes the woman lag behind and blindly obey man’s orders. She fulfills her duties without showing any emotional response to the occurring. It is a story of a married couple where the wife is a “foreigner” to her husband.
It is a love story without any real continuation but with millions of them in the head of each of the lovers. At the same time it is also a story of opposing social abutments and the failure to fight them.
Charlotte Bronte’s “Jane Eyre” is a very complex novel with an interesting plot.
Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice” is a very complex novel revealing the life and courtship of the upper society in England.
The characters of Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice” reveal the life of England’s upper society of the second decade of the XIX century.
Darcy’s personality has a high impact on making Elizabeth eventually intrigued and interested in him.
Hawthorne clears the difference between women and men but through making this comparison he puts them on the same level and therefore considers a women to a decent “counterweight” to a man.
True love can fight the pride and prejudice which exists in the society and especially among the representatives of different social classes.
I miss you, my love and I count the day we have to spend apart. You are a half of me: a half of my heart, a half of my soul, a half of my mind.