The Bridegroom

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The Bridegroom “The Bridegroom” is a short story depicting the unfair treatment towards women. This story starts out by describing a woman who has disappeared and has obviously witnessed something horrible. She is afraid to tell anyone because she is a girl and it is obvious that no one will believe her. So, she concocts a plan and explains to everyone in the town that she had a strange dream. The people, obviously fascinated by her strange dream, listen to what she has to say. When she ends her story, she accuses her rich, would-be bridegroom of murder, and it is apparent to everyone that he was responsible for the death of a young lady. This story’s main focus is the injustice of society towards women, and the overwhelming power of the rich. The theme to this story can probably be associated with the way the author was raised. The story’s author, Aleksandr Pushkin (considered one of Russia’s mo Continue...


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During early childhood Pushkin spent summers at his grandmother's estate near Moscow. Abram Hannibal was an Abyssinian princeling bought as a slave at Constantinople. Her father doesn"tmt even question who this man is, he just wants to give her away so he can get rich off of it. His background shows many instances in which he has fought for the "little man" and he has gotten into major trouble for it, including exile to a few countries ( Britannica pg. It does a good job of showing how a simple town would believe a rich stranger over a young girl who has been with them all their lives. But most likely, his main focus was the unfairness of the rich. st influential writers of all time), was always a strong believer in social reform, and he was no stranger to discrimination. No one seems to care too much about this girl except for the girl herself. Pushkin's father came of an old boyar family, but his mother was the granddaughter of Abram Hannibal. They were the "little man" and no one took them seriously. Pushkin probably saw this as unfair and decided to help them out. They were treated a lot differently. They were true minorities and they needed someone to help fight for their rights.

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The Arnolfini Portrait by Jan van Eyck
These "words and actions" began with an appropriate formula solemnly pronounced by the bride as well as by the bridegroom, and the bridegroom would confirm (2364 9 )

Lorca's Blood Wedding
of her husband, long ago, and her other son, more recently, appar ently at the hands of a rival clan--the same clan to which the Bridegroom's intended belongs (3534 14 )

Themes in Lorca's Blood Wedding
of her husband, long ago, and her other son, more recently, appar ently at the hands of a rival clan--the same clan to which the Bridegroom's intended belongs (3534 14 )

Settings in Eudora Welty
That set of master facts, so to speak, is in the background of Welty's novels The Ponder Heart and The Robber Bridegroom and her short stories "A Worn Path (2387 10 )

Pre-Wedding Celebrations
Blessed art Thou, O Lord, who makest bridegroom and bride to rejoice. Blessed art Thou, O Lord, who makest the bridegroom to rejoice with the bride. (2770 11 )

A Rose for Emily
Homer Barron, the working-class Yankee who jilted her, and her willful and perverse act of mummifying him so that the dead man could act as a bridegroom for her (1612 6 )