среда, 20 марта 2019 г.
The Idealization of Women is Responsible for Tragic
Throughout history, womens property and role in society has changed. Women ar often seen as a lower status and have a need to be taken c ar of by men. There are conflicts with the idealization of women as they are often overlooked and viewed as secondary characters. This idealization is well schematic in the characters of Desdemona in Othello and Daisy in The Great Gatsby. In F.Scott Fitzgeralds fable The Great Gatsby and Shakespeares play Othello, Desdemona and Daisy are both responsible for their tragedies out-of-pocket to the manipulation and impact of the outsiders, their loss of innocence, and their vulnerability as women. The outsiders, Tom and Iago begin influential puppeteers, as Daisy and Desdemona are their puppets. Their influences on each of the female protagonists, results in inevitable tragedy. In Othello, the antagonist Iago has a strong bitter wickedness towards Othello. He envies that fact that Cassio is chosen to be lieutenant over him. In response, he resor ts to manipulation and trickery to make Othello regret his decision. Desdemona is immensely abnormal by Iagos plan because this leads to her tragic death. Iago manipulates Desdemona by dint of another(prenominal) characters. An interpreter of this feces be seen through his wife, Emilia. Iago believes women are pictures out of doors (Shakespeare.2.1.121) and are more than like workers than wives. Emilia is part of Iagos scheme, as she is one of the ambient people to Desdemona. Emilia has no idea what Iago is plotting until the very end. She is oblivious to Iagos plan and it results in Desdemonas death. Like Desdemona and Emilia, Daisy is also heavily influenced through other characters as well. Tom uses other characters to make an impact on Daisy and this can be seen through his altercation... ...lay weaknesses that make them too vulnerable for other characters to take advantage of. This vulnerability sends both Daisy and Desdemona through a timeless fall towards their fate . Othello and The Great Gatsby, are the perfect exemplars of how an ideal innocent women, can face undoubtedly tragic fates. Despite much strength in their characters, both Daisy and Desdemona exhibit the vulnerability of their innocence, the ability for others to take advantage of them, and distinct weaknesses. They are unaware of their surroundings, which lead to questionable actions. Their inevitable tragedies occur because of how each character dealt with these situations placed in front of them. All in all, Daisy and Desdemona are responsible for their tragedies because they are women placed in unfamiliar positions and are uneffective to deal with situations placed in front of them.