They were from the Western Meat Company. As Gregory states, this statement is paradoxical in that the rain and the fog cannot occur at the same time. As Henry approaches the garden, Elisa is startled by his sudden appearance. This is a clear indication that marriages easily collapse due to lack of company by married couples. As recently as the 1930s, this difficulty was still very much at work in American culture, as well as in 'The Chrysanthemums. When she learned of the tinkers glamorous lifestyle compared to hers , she envied him.
The fog represents the female gender and the rain represents the male gender. Their likes and dislikes are the same; for instance, when one likes yellow, the other will like yellow. He provides for her and treats her with a facade of respect. Henry came banging out of the door, shoving his tie inside his vest as he came. By way of vivid descriptions, Elisa's feelings of dissatisfaction over the lack of excitement in her life are portrayed. I mean he reads it casually and after it is finished feels that something profound has happened to him although he does not know what nor how. Instead, it will argue that Elisa's chrysanthemums, and her masculine qualities are natural manifestations of a male dominated world.
Then she picked up the little pile of shoots she had prepared. I think one of the key themes is gender inequality. First, the couple have been presented in a way that they do not have children. In the kitchen she reached behind the stove and felt the water tank. Women whom breakout of the their molds made by their significant other take a chance with life and try to become the independent woman others dream about at night.
Your essay has most likely treated a very specific element of the work—a single character, a small set of images, or a particular passage. For instance, the man who in a sense discovered Lawrence, English Review editor F. Steinbeck's The Chrysanthemums is full of thick rhetoric that raises questions and stirs the mind and imagination. Elements of Style These are the hows—how the characters speak, how the story is constructed, and how language is used throughout the work. This frustration is evident when Elisa is first introduced. What a nice way to describe them. In your conclusion, try to show how this narrow discussion has wider implications for the work overall.
A good topic sentence not only alerts readers to what issue will be discussed in the following paragraph but also gives them a sense of what argument will be made about that issue. Far ahead on the road Elisa saw a dark speck. In this way, Henry frustrates Elisa by not seeing into her true character. Critic Gregory Palmerino brings light to their relationship issues. It would be good for both of us.
Steinbeck uses chrysanthemums as symbols of the inner-self of Elisa and of every woman. He took one hand from the wheel and patted her knee. . Henry insists he is only fooling around and promises her dinner at the Cominos Hotel. It was a hard-swept looking little house, with hard-polished windows, and a clean mud-mat on the front steps.
She realizes that her life is not going to change. The house where they live has no electricity and it needs to be lit up with torches. She tried not to look as they passed it, but her eyes would not obey. The three of them stood by the tractor shed, each man with one foot on the side of the little Fordson. What is more, the attraction displayed by Elisa to Tinker in their conversation projects how easy women are lured into romance and affection. She spread the leaves and looked down among the close-growing stems. Write the Introduction Your introduction sets up the entire essay.
These bring about an image of encouragement in the midst of depression. Who later changes because of this mysterious man. In her mind, the sight of them seals her fate, and she cries 'like an old woman,' as if she finally realizes that she herself is the flower pot and not the chrysanthemums. The stories that we have read tell many things, such as how an environment can affect the character. Since Elisa is a woman with more than superficial qualities, in addition to being a good worker, she seeks a way to fit into this world she feels is limited to her. By doing these purely feminine things, according to Marcus, she hopes to accentuate her role as a woman 56.