Mrs. Ramsay a lovely woman even in her aging; she is compassionate, warm and devoted woman to her husband and children. A domestic and very traditional woman, who treats males with respect, sympathy and gives support, and also loyal and responsible wife to her husband. She tries to bring joy and happiness to everyone in the house. She’s that kind of a person who manages to overcome every kind of problem she faces with. She’s a person with the most positive mind and the most pure heart.
She treats all the guests’ similarly, even those who do not merit or admire her kindness. Before heading into town, she asked nicely Augustus Carmichael, if she can bring him something to make his stay more comfortable. Mr. Carmichael remained silent …show more content…
Ramsay definition of woman but anyway she likes her a lot. Lily is an independent little creature, but Mrs. Ramsay liked for it. They have a unique relationship and both try to help and understand each other. Mrs. Ramsay feels obliged to protect men and thinks that they deserve her respect. But, Mrs. Ramsay always wants to feel under her husband’s rules and control. He’s always right according to her.
A husband and a father of eight children, he wants to be dominant all the time. And as a cruel husband who mentally abuses his wife, Mrs. Ramsay. Whereas she acts patiently, kindly and diplomatically toward others, he tends to be short-tempered, selfish and rude. Just because of a little lie that Mrs. Ramsay tells to her son James, he hurts her emotions.
He is afraid that the future generations won’t be interested in his work and would never be interested to read his books. This would be the main reason of his happiness and lack of admiration toward his wife.
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Ramsay’s death with difficulties in her own way then becomes independent as an artist.
James Ramsay is the youngest child of the Ramsay’s, a six year old boy. He’s so gripped by the love for his mother, and is violently resentful to his father. He always asks his father and his mother to go to the Lighthouse. He feels terribly bad when his father, tells him that they won’t go to the Lighthouse tomorrow. Her mother, Mrs. Ramsay finds him magazines which he really enjoys cutting out the images.
At the end of the novel, in part III Mrs. Ramsay has died and Mr. Ramsay tries to re-unite the family for the first time in ten years. He decides to take James and Cam to sail to the Lighthouse. James grows into a young man who shares many qualities of his father, the same ones that urge such anger in him as a child.
As they are sailing to the Lighthouse, James can’t stand his father behavior. Obviously James keeps a strong and hidden hate about his father’s cynical behave. So many things and unfair ideas came through his head, he wished that he could talk about it and clarify his anger with him but he knows he can’t.
Seeing this impossible, the only choice that comes to his mind is to take a knife and strike his father straight to his